suppuration


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suppuration

[‚səp·yə′rā·shən]
(medicine)
Pus formation.
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vermicularis 0.74% (n=24 in 3222 appendectomies) Female: male ratio 1:1 (12 females and 12 males) Age range 3-40 years old Mean age 13.83[+ or -]9.34 Median age 12[+ or -]9.34 The largest diameter of the appendix Range 5-10 mm (mean: 5.75 mm) Lymphoid hyperplasia 100% (n=24) Congestion 91.7% (n=22) Acute appendicitis 33.3% (n=8) Hemorrhage 45.8% The location of the parasite Corpus 75% Corpus and tip 20.8% Tip 4.2% The status of the appendiceal lumen Obstructed 12.5% (n=3) Narrow due to lymphoid 12.5% (n=3) hyperplasia Open 75% (n=18) Luminal content Fecalith 25% (n=6) Soft feces 29.1% (n=7) Feces admixed with blood and/or 25% (n=6) suppuration Only E.
Peri-implantitis; note suppuration in peri-implant soft tissue.
A histopathologic examination of the specimens taken from surgical sites revealed extensive necrotic suppuration and severe inflammatory reactions.
When toxic metabolites accumulate in levels beyond the capacity of the emunctories, inflammation goes to a higher level, eventually triggering "vicarious elimination." This form of detoxification involves suppuration and other exudates, skin lesions, fistulae, respiratory congestion and discharge, diarrhea, vomiting, urinary casts, etc.
It originates from the apocrine glands and is characterised by suppuration and mucopurulent secretion, fistulae, unaesthetic scars and cicatricial retractions.
First, dog bite should be never underestimated because severe complications occur even though the patient does not have cellulitis or suppuration on wounds.
Retained wooden foreign bodies can result in prolonged suppuration with a draining fistula, panophthalmitis, foreign body granuloma, and brain abscess [6, 8].
The histological examination of the segmental enterectomy piece and available postmortem revealed acute transmural inflammation of the enteric wall, with suppuration and necrosis and extensive lesions of acute fibrinoexudative serositis with fungal hyphae of the Aspergillus spp.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a large mass with central necrosis or suppuration in the right skull base, centering at the right petrous bone and the clivus (Figure 4).
Most patients present with local inflammatory symptoms of pain, swelling, and limitation of movement at the site of active involvement without suppuration [6].