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py·o·sis

 (pī-ō′sĭs)
n.
Pyogenesis.
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pyosis

(paɪˈəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) pathol the formation of pus
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The main symptoms of the former one were redness, swelling, and ache, but without pyosis. When carbuncle continued to enlarge and the pus came into being at later period, moxibustion use was banned while flint and needle should be used to incise and drain [8].
Wound closure by primary intention could be seen in 30 (83.3%) patients, the wound pyosis being observed post-operatively in 6 (16.7%).
Complete or partial pyosis was registered in 26 (7.2%).