mucopurulent


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mu·co·pu·ru·lent

 (myo͞o′kō-pyo͝or′ə-lənt, -yə-lənt)
adj.
Containing mucus and pus.

mucopurulent

(ˌmjuːkəʊˈpjʊərələnt)
adj
(Pathology) pathol composed of or containing both mucus and pus

mu•co•pu•ru•lent

(ˌmyu kəˈpyʊər yə lənt, -ˈpyʊər ə-)

adj.
containing or composed of mucus and pus.
[1835–45]
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Adj.1.mucopurulent - containing or composed of mucus and pus
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Symptoms include labored breathing, a moist cough, high fever, and mucopurulent nasal discharge.
On arrival, some goats were dead, and others showed symptoms including poor body condition, apathy, anorexia, dyspnea, bilateral mucopurulent nasal discharge (Figure 1A), and died within 3-5 days.
He had mucopurulent stool for about 4-6 times a day, with bellyache, tenesmus, and weight loss.
The presence of offensive mucopurulent otorrhoea, night sweats, photophobia, swollen tonsils, enlarged glands and deafness, particularly when teething is occurring at the same time or there has been a history of delayed dentition, may indicate the need for Calc carb.
Caption: This dog has mucopurulent discharge, likely secondary to pneumonia.
Cows with clear vaginal contents were given score '0'; cows with 25 percent purulent vaginal contents were given score '1' while cows with 50 percent purulent (mucopurulent) vaginal contents were given score '2'.
However, about 1%-6% of these children become symptomatic by about third week of life and the most common symptoms are epiphora, mucoid or mucopurulent discharge and rarely they may present with acute dacryocystitis.
He discusses general information on STDs in relation to sex, risks, definitions, and other topics; types, including chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, genital warts, syphilis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, bacterial vaginosis, water warts, chancroid, HPV, pelvic inflammatory disease, mucopurulent cervicitis, lymphogranuloma venereum, yeast infection, crabs, and scabies; signs, symptoms, and diagnosis; and treatment and prevention.
All these patients underwent DNE for evaluation of signs such as nasal polyps, mucopurulent discharge, and mucosal edema.
Research variables were duration of symptoms, follow up, length of stay, return to work, healing time, sacro-coccygeal pain, purulent or mucopurulent discharge, fever, swelling, tenderness and presence of frank abscess, seroma formation and over all satisfaction.
More than twenty years later cervicitis is no longer ignored but still misunderstood, mainly because of controversial clinical and microscopic diagnostic criteria [2].Two major diagnostic signs characterize clinical cervicitis: (1) a purulent or mucopurulent endocervical exudate visible in the endocervical canal or by an endocervical swab specimen and (2) sustained endocervical bleeding easily induced by gentle passage of a cotton swab through the cervical os.
A 35-year-old man was admitted at the oculistic emergency room for a right exophthalmos accompanied with severe pain, periorbital swelling, redness, and mucopurulent discharge.