nonsuppurative


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Adj.1.nonsuppurative - not suppurative
suppurative - relating to or characterized by suppuration
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These cases were associated with nonsuppurative encephalomyelitis predominantly involving gray matter, including neuronal necrosis/neuronophagia and ganglionitis consistent with lesions caused by a neuronotropic viral infection.
The role of biliary epithelial cells in the immunopathogenesis of nonsuppurative destructive cholangitis in murine hepatic graft-versus-host disease.
Nonsuppurative BCG lymphadenitis is a relatively common benign condition that will regress spontaneously over a matter of weeks to months.
Polymorphisms of pro-inflammatory cytokine genes and the risk for acute suppurative or chronic nonsuppurative apical periodontitis in a Colombian population.
This means there is a chance of false negative results with RADT, which could result in misdiagnosis and group A streptococcal spread and even rarely lead to an increased risk of suppurative and nonsuppurative complications [36].
Absence of typical tuberculosis clinical features during the nonsuppurative lymphadenitis phase and age distribution characteristics makes the distinction between MTL and lymphoma and metastatic lymph nodes difficult, especially MTL during the active phase which has higher FDG uptake [23].
For example, nonsuppurative ganglioneuritis, characterized by gliosis, hemorrhage (Figure 1(a)), pronounced perivascular inflammatory infiltrates, and nerve cell necrosis were observed in the brain (Figure 1(b)).
Garre's osteomyelitis, which was first described by Carl Garre in 1893, is a chronic nonsuppurative sclerotic bone inflammation characterized by a rigid bony swelling at the periphery of the jaw [1-4].
It is characterized by prolonged fever, diffuse mucosal inflammation, indurative edema of the hands and feet, a polymorphous skin rash, and nonsuppurative lymphadenopathy.
Kawasaki disease (KD) is an acute systemic vasculitis of childhood diagnosed by high fever for 5 days accompanied by at least four of the following symptoms: polymorphous rash, mucosal changes (including dry, cracked lips and strawberry tongue), extremity changes (including palmar and/or plantar erythema, swelling, and desquamation), bilateral nonsuppurative conjunctivitis, and cervical lymphadenopathy [1].
Histopathologically, necrosis, perivascular cuffing, neuronophagia, and gliosis are hallmarks of nonsuppurative polioencephalitis [10].
Postmortem findings in all pelicans included extensive subacute myonecrosis, enteritis, and nonsuppurative hepatitis.