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Adj.1.nonpurulent - not containing pus
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The infection typically caused a nonpurulent meningoencephalitis with neurologic symptoms (e.
Typical KD criteria include fever going on for more than 5 days, cervical adenopathy, nonpurulent bilateral conjunctival injection, oral mucosal changes, hand-foot changes in extremities and polymorfic rash on body.
The orthopedist drained the finger wound, collected a swab of cloudy, nonpurulent fluid for culture, and changed the patient's antibiotic to ciprofloxacin.
26) Low-grade fever, rash, arthralgias, and bilateral nonpurulent conjunctivitis occur most commonly, with retro-orbital pain, myalgias, lymphadenopathy, sore throat, aphthous ulcers, and genitourinary and gastrointestinal symptoms less commonly reported (Figures 2 and 3).
The clinical characteristics of KD include prolonged and unexplained fever lasting for more than 5 days, in addition to diffuse mucosal inflammation, bilateral nonpurulent conjunctivitis, dysmorphic erythematous skin rashes, indurative angioedema over the hands and feet, and cervical lymphadenopathy.
sup][1],[2] KD is characterized by prolonged fever, nonpurulent conjunctivitis, oral mucositis, cervical lymphadenopathy, induration and erythema of the extremities, and polymorphous skin rash.
The liver was mildly congested with slightly swollen hepatocytes, showing multifocal, perivascular nonpurulent inflammation.
Illness, when it occurs, is most often mild and includes low-grade fever, headache, arthralgia, myalgia, nonpurulent conjunctivitis, and a maculopapular rash.
5[degrees]C), maculopapular rash, arthralgias of the hands and feet, and nonpurulent conjunctivitis.
For nonpurulent cellulitis, 5-day courses of antibiotics are recommended as sufficiently effective by the Infectious Diseases Society of America, which recommends an extension only if the patient hasn't improved in that time.
The most recent clinical practice guidelines published by the Infectious Diseases Society of America recommend treatment for infection with beta-hemolytic streptococci for outpatients with nonpurulent cellulitis (Clin.