suppuration


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sup·pu·ra·tion

 (sŭp′yə-rā′shən)
n.
1. The formation or discharge of pus.
2. Pus.

sup′pu·ra′tive adj.

suppuration

(ˌsʌpjʊˈreɪʃən)
n
1. (Pathology) the discharging of pus from a wound, sore, etc
2. (Pathology) the discharge itself

suppuration

the formation and discharge of pus. Also called maturation.
See also: Disease and Illness
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suppuration - (medicine) the formation of morbific matter in an abscess or a vesicle and the discharge of pus
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
bodily function, bodily process, body process, activity - an organic process that takes place in the body; "respiratory activity"
2.suppuration - a fluid product of inflammation
bodily fluid, body fluid, liquid body substance, humour, humor - the liquid parts of the body
gleet - a thin morbid discharge as from a wound or especially chronic gonorrhea
Translations

suppuration

[ˌsʌpjʊəˈreɪʃən] Nsupuración f

suppuration

nEiterung f

sup·pu·ra·tion

n. supuración, formación o salida de pus.

suppuration

n supuración f, secreción f de pus
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La suppuration d'un carcinome renal necrose a ete rapportee et constitue une circonstance exceptionnelle de decouverte du cancer.
Pipe Line For Dust Suppuration System In Workshop Area At Pocp Of Chandrapur.
The middle ear mucositis develops an effusion, in this case suppuration, as evidenced by a tympanic membrane that may become: * Red * Oedematous * Immobile * Bulging 3.
Good response was defined as complete recovery from the illness after treatment with antimicrobial drugs only (no suppuration, no need for surgical procedures, and no relapse).
Then, the name of Staphylococcus was introduced by Ogston in 1883 for micrococcus group causing inflammation and suppuration.
While in the preantibiotic era parotid gland fistulae were frequently the consequence of parotid abscess drainage or suppuration associated with sialolithiasis, today the most frequent causes are gland injury during parotid surgery and penetrating trauma.
2) XGPN is a distinct clinicopathological entity histologically characterized by suppuration and the accumulation of lipid-laden macrophages.
Calendula officinalis is indicated for skin conditions where there is inflammation, erythema, suppuration and pain (Vermeulen 2001:230-231), and has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties (Muley, Khadabadi & Banarase 2009).
In 1900, Henri Luc described it as a sub-periosteal temporal abscess of otitic origin without intraosseous suppuration and suggested the possible pathway of microorganism spread from middle ear submucosa by anatomical pathways especially via the superior meatus, incisura Rivinus and along the branches of deep auricular artery [7].
The extracranial findings include opacification of the mastoid air cells with resultant suppuration.
In the minority of cases the local lesion may be complicated by an aggressive, spreading cellulitis and a subcutaneous suppuration.
Histologic features vary from well-formed, focally necrotizing granulomas in relatively immunocompetent patients with HIV, to neutrophil-rich, histiocytic infiltrates and suppuration in the severely immunocompromised (Figure 2, a through f).