abscessation

abscessation

formation of an abscess.
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Pulmonary thromboembolism in cattle due to thrombosis of the posterior vena cava associated with hepatic abscessation.
Abscessation was observed in the nasal epithelium, with extensive suppurative inflammation in the olfactory submucosa extending to the olfactory bulb and moderate infiltration in the trigeminal nerve branches (Figure 3, panels A and B) in mice that had signs of neurologic involvement at day 5 postinfection with MSHR543 ([bim.
Liver abscessation and multiple septic pulmonary emboli associated with Lemierre's syndrome: a case report.
Survival from time of diagnosis was 31 weeks, and the bird displayed anorexia and significant weight loss over the course of treatment; however, management was complicated by severe abscessation and osteomyelitis of the beak.
Intracranial abscessation as a natural mortality factor for adult male white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Kent County, Maryland, USA.
A Dacryocystitis and obstruction of nasolacrimal duct resulting in abscessation at the medial canthus of eye in a rabbit is reported.
Although for antemortem diagnosis results of microscopic examination of cutaneous biopsy specimens or possibly aspirate samples of the lesion are useful [21] these were not undertaken because of the degree of swelling, abscessation, and ulceration at the penis and prepuce causing dysuria and systemic illness.
1-10 %) damage characterized by degenerating tubules, along with a large number of polymorphonuclear cells along with hemorrhage and renal abscessation (Figure 1A).
The signs were that of cell degeneration, inflammation and abscessation of lung, liver and the brain tissues while the spleen and the bone marrow were normal.
Male genital organs of equids may encounter a number of abnormalities such as neoplastic growths, scrotal haematoma, abscessation in scrotum, scrotal hernia, orchitis, balanitis, and posthitis.
Laryngeal abscessation due to Mannheimia haemolytica in an alpaca (Vicugna pacos) cria.