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feculent

 [fek´u-lent]
1. having dregs or sediment.
3. fecal.

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lent),
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

feculent

/fec·u·lent/ (-int)
1. having dregs or sediment.
2. pertaining to or of the nature of feces.

feculent

(fĕk′yə-lənt)
adj.
Full of foul or impure matter; fecal.

fec′u·lence n.

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lĕnt)
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

fec·u·lent

(fek'yū-lĕnt)
Foul.
[L. faeculentus, full of excrement, fr. faeces, dregs, feces]

feculent

1. having dregs or sediment.
2. excrementitious.
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No feculent material was present within the stomach and there was no evidence of a gastrocolic fistula.
In this they concur with the Protestant scholar Owen Chadwick, and with all other historians who have actually studied Pius' wartime actions, as distinct from relying on B'nai Brith's feculent propaganda.
Reflections upon the Conduct of Human Life (1690), where Norris makes the same point with a Shaudean interest in the anatomy: chastity and temperance, we are told, clarify the medium (the body) through which the soul views the world by composing the Passions: "For the Motion of the Passions Ferments the Spirits, and the Fermentation of the Spirits agitates the Blood, and by agitation raises all the feculent and drossy parts of it .
Type of Exudate Frequency Percentage Clear 25 50 Purulent 13 26 Feculent 12 24 Total 50 100
Patients with organ failure on admission, longer duration of illness before the surgery, diffuse peritonitis and feculent exudates were more likely to have higher scores and hence fall into high risk group than their counterparts.
Presence of feculent or purulent exudates was reflected in higher eventual scores.
Score Clear Purulent Feculent Total Score <22 24 05 03 32 75% 15.
Duration of pain >24 hours, organ failure on admission and feculent exudate were found to be independently significant factors in predicting the morbidity among the study population.
Feculent peritonitis was seen in 20(40%) of cases whereas 30(60%) of cases presented with purulent peritonitis.
Postoperatively on 3rdday, the patient developed feculent discharge through the right drain.
When it is an emergency the patient presents with features of distal small bowel obstruction that is abdominal pain, distension, bilious and feculent vomiting or as peritonitis from a perforated tuberculosis ulcer in the small bowel.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: A 39yr old male, presented with history of Scanty feculent and serous discharge intermittently from left inguinal region for a duration of 7yrs, from 2months post operatively after undergoing Bilateral Inguinal Herniorrhaphy at a district hospital in Tamil Nadu.