serous drainage

serous drainage

Medtalk A 'weeping' of protein-rich serous fluid from a body cavity
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When ink allergies occur, they manifest clinically with pruritus, localized edema, an eczematous eruption with serous drainage, exfoliative dermatitis, lichenoid lesions, or verrucous papules or plaques (1).
As this case series will demonstrate, fungal otitis externa often presents with (1) edema and serous transudate of the external canal skin, (2) erythema and perforation of a thickened tympanic membrane, and (3) serous drainage from the middle ear space into the external auditory canal (EAC).
There was a nonbloody, nonpurulent serous drainage from the incision.
His wound appeared smaller (see Figure 4), with a small amount of serous drainage.
Only a scant amount of serous drainage was noted around the wound.
Side effects are generally local and include itching, soreness, sensitivity, burning, bleeding, necrosis, serous drainage, and hypopigmentation or irregular pigmentation.
Side effects are generally local and include itching, soreness, sensitivity burning, bleeding, necrosis, serous drainage, and hypopigmentation or irregular pigmentation.
Blisters developed, and his skin lesion began to have serous drainage over the next several days.
The tympanic membrane could not be visualized, although scant serous drainage could be aspirated from around it.