fibrinopurulent

fi·bri·no·pu·ru·lent

(fī'bri-nō-pyū'rū-lent),
Pertaining to pus or suppurative exudate that contains a relatively large amount of fibrin.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

fi·bri·no·pu·ru·lent

(fī'brin-ō-pyur'yŭ-lĕnt)
Pertaining to pus or suppurative exudate that contains a relatively large amount of fibrin.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The gross descriptions were considered to indicate AA if they contained [greater than or equal to]1 of the following terms: fibrinopurulent exudate on serosa, prominent vessels, lumen contains blood-tinged pus, variable perforation, mucosal ulceration, appendicoliths, or another obstructing agent (16).
Examination by laryngoscopy revealed an exophytic lesion in the right paralyzed vocal fold, occupying its anterior two-thirds, in which the mucosa was covered by fibrinopurulent exudate.
Pathological studies showed that the fibrinopurulent exudate was composed of fibrin, neutrophils, mononuclear inflammatory cells, and cell debris, but without any ovarian tissues (Figure 3).
A collarette of epithelium is often seen adjacent to the ulceration, the latter covered by a fibrinopurulent membrane.
Additionally, these lesions often ulcerate into the overlying mucosa, along with active inflammation and reactive epithelial changes with fibrinopurulent exudate (Figure 4).
Micrograph showing fibrinopurulent bronchopneumonia (H&EX400)
Biopsy from ulcer and mass showed presence of fibrinopurulent debris with granulation tissue.
Histologic analysis of the pericardium was consistent with fibrinopurulent pericarditis.
moniliformis that initiated as a fibrinopurulent exudate within the joint and adjacent periosteum.
We found a fibrinopurulent fluid and fibrinous empyema in the pleural space in association with false membranes and a 2 cm perforation on the anterior aspect of the esophagus just below the azygos vein, with the impacted foreign body in the lower esophagus.
Total number of 20 patients with empyema (Exudative and fibrinopurulent or simple and loculated), who were admitted to Government General and Chest Hospital and Osmania General Hospital between October 2010 to August 2012 were taken in the study.
There are three stages of empyema described by The American Thoracic Society; Stage I (exudative stage), Stage II (fibrinopurulent stage), Stage III (organizing stage).3 Treatment of empyema ranges from simple antibiotic administration to insertion of pigtail catheters, tube thoracostomy or surgical intervention e.g.