Histopathologic image: Fibrinopurulent
exudate (arrow) on the surface, diffuse inflammatory cells within the bladder wall.
Microscopically, an abrupt ulcer is covered by a very thick fibrinopurulent
exudate or membrane (figure 1).
Histopathogic examinations found superficial ulcerations of the tongue, variable in dimension, that showed fibrinopurulent
exudates, mononuclear cell infiltrates on lamina propria, and balloon degeneration of epithelial cells.
He concluded that the patient died of acute fibrinopurulent
peritonitis as a result of a ruptured viscus, possibly a diverticulum.
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.
The appendages were excised and microscopic examination of both showed features of acute appendicitis with perforation and fibrinopurulent
The authors concluded that "VATS debridement for loculated fibrinopurulent
postpneumonic empyema offers better results than thoracotomy in terms of resolution of the disease and length of stay in hospital.
Splenic lesions show fibrinopurulent
necrosis and depletion of white pulp.
At necropsy, the cause of death was consistent with fibrinopurulent
pericarditis, and bacterial culture of the lesions was positive for P aeruginosa.
exudate containing neutrophils, erythrocytes, and necrotic cellular debris tracked from the deep dermis to the edge of the ulcer.
A fragment of fibrinopurulent
, eosinophil-rich debris was also present.
Histopathologic examination of the explanted valve identified fibrinopurulent
vegetations with destruction of the valve leaflet.