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Adj.1.nonpurulent - not containing pus
antiseptic - thoroughly clean and free of or destructive to disease-causing organisms; "doctors in antiseptic green coats"; "the antiseptic effect of alcohol"; "it is said that marjoram has antiseptic qualities"
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Suspected cases were defined as illness in patients with acute onset of rash, fever (>38.2[degrees]C), or both and [greater than or equal to] 1 of the following: arthralgia or myalgia, nonpurulent conjunctivitis or conjunctival hyperemia, and headaches not explained by other medical conditions.
Otitis Media with Effusion (OME) is characterised by a nonpurulent effusion of the middle ear that may be either mucoid or serous.
In symptomatic patients, the most common clinical manifestations are low-grade fever, a disseminated maculopapular rash, arthralgias, swelling of the hands and feet, and nonpurulent conjunctivitis.
Most Zika virus infections are asymptomatic or result in mild clinical illness, characterized by acute onset of fever, maculopapular rash, arthralgia, or nonpurulent conjunctivitis; Guillain-Barre syndrome, meningoencephalitis, and severe thrombocytopenia rarely have been associated with Zika virus infection (1).
A healthy 16-year-old student was referred to the Department of Otolaryngology with chief complaints of a periodical nonpurulent bloody discharge from a tiny nonhealing aperture located below the body of the left mandible.
Nakamura et al., "Pathologic and immunohistochemical studies of Newcastle Disease (ND) in broiler chickens vaccinated with ND: Severe nonpurulent encephalitis and necrotizing pancreatitis," Veterinary Pathology, vol.
Caption: Figure 1: (a) Mid-lower back laceration, nonpurulent upon presentation with minimal discharge.
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.
(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.
Laura Kramer: Disease symptoms may include arthralgia, especially the small joints of hands and feet, and conjunctivitis (nonpurulent).