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suppuration

[‚səp·yə′rā·shən]
(medicine)
Pus formation.
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36) and spontaneous suppuration of lymph nodes (p = 0.
In neurosis" of long duration, changes included hemorrhage, subinflammation, suppuration, resolution, or gangrene.
For suppuration, rose oil and milk applications were applied.
In a study of 3333 patients with tularemia from the Czech Republic, almost 50% of the patients developed lymph node suppuration with negative tissue bacterial cultures, as was the case in both of our patients.
Torsion is the most common complication, whereas rupture and suppuration are uncommon.
This is a novel chock-a-block with incidents and characters whose themes, if banal, are sometimes poignantly dramatized - the helplessness of children, the inescapability of the past, the suppuration of self-loathing, and a consequent desire "to smash everything around you to smithereens.
No urinary fistula or suppuration of the residual cavity was noted.
pyogenes, the low pathogenicity of these bacteria could account for the chronicity of suppuration of HS lesions that can last for years.
Diseases of the accessory sinuses of the nose, and an improved method of treatment for suppuration of the maxillary antrum.
This stretching is usually caused by inflammation, with suppuration or haemorrhage into a necrotic centre of a malignant node.
91) Other features common in infection but absent in sarcoidosis are organizing pneumonia and extensive necrosis or suppuration.
For even 'minor' incisions of facial suppuration, antibiotic cover and close follow-up are mandatory to avoid disaster.