abscessation

abscessation

formation of an abscess.
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Beginning as a superficial abrasion and ulceration of the plantar surface of the foot, it leads to cellulitis and abscessation in the deeper layers of the foot.
Predominant lesions in the lungs were areas of chronic and active abscessation amid a focally extensive area of mixed inflammation and fibrosis.
Intracranial abscessation is an abscess on the outer linings of the brain caused by bacteria which leads to nine percent (nationwide) of all the natural mortality of bucks, especially older bucks.
Fungal keratitis should be considered in cases of suspected or known corneal trauma with nonhealing or rapidly changing lesions, of corneal ulceration or abscessation that does not respond to empiric antibiotic treatment, or of corneal lesions that appear to have a typical fungal infection appearance.
Histologic lesions were also inconsistent, but when present they were consistent with acute, severe, fibrinous, and necrotizing proventriculitis; multifocal heterophilic enteritis; and small-crypt abscessation.
The first reason is to limit the transfer of communicable diseases like tuberculosis, CWD, and cranial abscessation syndrome.
25) Other possibilities are foreign body (eg, prey bone) perforation followed by abscessation.
4,11) Repeated aspiration associated with medical management is not recommended, because it can complicate further surgeries because of abscessation or fibrosis.
In late February 2008, the man's 8-year-old spayed female Labrador retriever was examined for cellulitis and generalized abscessation of the neck area, which had not responded to empirical treatment with oral cephalexin.
Abstract: Pododermatitis is a pathologic condition commonly reported in captive raptors and characterized by swelling, excoriation, ulceration, cellulitis, or abscessation of the plantar aspect of the foot.
9,10) Abscessation of the pancreas was identified in 1 bird with septicemia caused by a gramnegative bacteria, and another bird had a heterophilic pancreatitis and lesions consistent with a systemic bacterial infection, although an etiologic agent was not detected.