His scrotal skin had an ulcerative defect of 6x5x5(cm) with foul purulence, and the internal fascia was also covered with fetor
pus and necrotic debris.
Other symptoms include fetor
, epistaxis, sinusitis, headache and, in rare cases, epiphora.
In Moby-Dick, however, the Rose-Bud's ambergris afforded Ishmael subject matter for contemplating the polarities of fetor
and attar, death and deliverance, coffin and life buoy.
of rotting fish hangs in the air as thick as mist in the rainforest.
Yet in time it seemed as if all this fetor
did not emanate solely from the barrack; the unending, rankly decaying autumn reeked of iodoform, pitch and typhus as well; the same effluvia rose from the lowering, turbid sky that seemed day and night to seep its liquidity through an impermeable sieve, and the overcast days reeked in much the same way, the days of autumn one thousand nine hundred and twenty-one.
A: Nephrology nurses from years past will remember patients who presented in extreme late stages of uremia, with "uremic frost" over the skin, breath with the unmistakable "uremic fetor
," myoclonus, nausea, pruritus, and hiccups ...
So close did the horses come to him that he smelled the fetor
of their muzzles.
Inside it's pitch black & the air is hot & wet with the sweet fetor
of rotting grass.
the vivid sapphire of daybreak tainted by a vaporous, gorge-swelling fetor
It is defined as 'malodour with intensity beyond a socially acceptable level perceived'.1 Other terms include bad breath, breath odour, foul smells, foul breath, fetor
ex ore, oral malodour and offensive breath.2
Intraoral examination showed limited jaw opening--II degree trismus and halitosis (fetor
Unpleasant taste was present among majority of the patients (86%) undergoing dialysis, whereas it was nil in healthy individuals followed by uremic fetor
that constituted 31% patients undergoing dialysis.