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py·o·gen·ic

 (pī′ə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Producing pus.

py•o•gen•ic

(ˌpaɪ əˈdʒɛn ɪk)

adj.
1. producing or generating pus.
2. attended with or pertaining to the formation of pus.
[1830–40]
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Adj.1.pyogenic - producing pus
Translations

py·o·gen·ic

, pyogenetic, pyogenous
a. piógeno-a, purulento-a.

pyogenic

adj piógeno, piogénico
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A population-based study of pyogenic liver abscesses in the United States: Incidence, mortality, and temporal trends.
6) The histologic differential diagnosis includes benign tumors such as fibrous histiocytomas, pyogenic granulomas, peripheral nerve sheath tumors, and cutaneous smooth-muscle tumors.
8) The rarity of the lesion and its varied presentation has caused cutaneous metastases of this type to be misdiagnosed as epidermal inclusion cysts, pyogenic granulomas, hemangiomas, herpes zoster, and cellulitis.
In the differential diagnosis of sacroiliitis, seronegative SpAs (ankylosing spondylitis, psoriatic arthritis, Reiter syndrome, Behcet's disease, and inflammatory intestinal disease), pyogenic infection of the sacroiliac joint, familial Mediterranean fever (FMF), and metabolic diseases (gout, pseudogout, and hyperparathyroidism) must be considered primarily (5).
A lung tumor invading the pulmonary vessel wall, tuberculosis reactivation, and pyogenic infection can be distinct causes of a weakened pulmonary artery, leading to the pseudoaneurysm formation.
Pyogenic infections of the hand: An industrial and clinical investigation in the African miner.
With these findings a diagnosis of pyogenic granuloma was made histopathologically (Picture 2).
In a 10-year study of pyogenic liver abscess, Clostridium perfringens was cultured in only one of 79 cases (7) making it a relative rarity as a cause of primary liver abscess.
3,9) The lobular capillary type can almost replace the entire nodal parenchyma and has an appearance similar to a pyogenic granuloma.
PAPA syndrome: pyogenic arthritis, pyoderma gangrenosum, and acne), and mutations in NADPH oxidase (NCF4 gene).
Primary pyomyositis, a pyogenic infection of the skeleton muscle is often seen in tropical and subtropical regions.
The pyogenic granuloma is a pedunculated or sessile nodular lesion commonly encountered intraorally and in extraoral sites.