fibrinopurulent

fi·bri·no·pu·ru·lent

(fī'bri-nō-pyū'rū-lent),
Pertaining to pus or suppurative exudate that contains a relatively large amount of fibrin.

fibrinopurulent

/fi·bri·no·pu·ru·lent/ (-pu´roo-lent) characterized by the presence of both fibrin and pus.

fi·bri·no·pu·ru·lent

(fī'brin-ō-pyur'yŭ-lĕnt)
Pertaining to pus or suppurative exudate that contains a relatively large amount of fibrin.
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A collarette of epithelium is often seen adjacent to the ulceration, the latter covered by a fibrinopurulent membrane.
Additionally, these lesions often ulcerate into the overlying mucosa, along with active inflammation and reactive epithelial changes with fibrinopurulent exudate (Figure 4).
Total number of 20 patients with empyema (Exudative and fibrinopurulent or simple and loculated), who were admitted to Government General and Chest Hospital and Osmania General Hospital between October 2010 to August 2012 were taken in the study.
The present study aimed to evaluate either fibrinolytic therapy or open decortication which of these two should be the treatment of choice for the management of fibrinopurulent or organizing empyema.
Histopathology revealed intra-alveolar acute fibrinopurulent exudate, chronic pericarditis and end-stage nephropathy.
Histopathologic image: Fibrinopurulent exudate (arrow) on the surface, diffuse inflammatory cells within the bladder wall.
The the dead bird had swollen of kidneys and liver fibrinopurulent air sacculitis tracheal congestion and fibrinous cast formation in this organ on day 3 PI (Fig.
14) Clinical signs are epiphora, mucopurulent discharge, blepharospasm, periorbital swelling, development of a caseous plaque of fibrinopurulent exudate under the nictitating membrane, conjunctival hyperemia, and corneal edema.
No evidence of fibrinopurulent peritonitis or solid organ injury was detected.
Conservation treatment was effective when the disease was in exudative or fibrinopurulent storage and initiation of their before organisation and fibrosis set in.
The patients included those with; pleural effusion of indeterminate origin, suspected tuberculous pleuritis not responding to the antituberculous therapy after two months, fibrinopurulent or chronic empyema, suspected malignant effusion, interstitial lung disease not responding to the treatment, pulmonary nodule(s) suspected of malignant origin, myasthenia gravis and paratracheal/mediastinal mass.
However, in complicated infections, heart showed some enlargement and covered with fibrinopurulent covering, while liver was