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nonsuppurative

pertaining to inflammation without the production of pus, e.g. nonsuppurative polyarthritis of lambs and calves.
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The lymph nodes may be enlarged, nontender, hard, nonsuppurative.
rhusiopathiae usually enters the body through traumatized skin and in animals causes swine erysipelas, nonsuppurative arthritis in lambs, postdipping lameness in sheep, and acute septicemia in poultry.
In cases where there were random multifocal, linear areas of necrosis, and/or degeneration of the CNS neuropil associated with nonsuppurative and eosinophilic inflammation, these findings were considered compatible with parasitic tracts and strongly suggestive of an infection with P.
Necropsies of the dead manatees revealed severe catarrhal rhinitis, pulmonary hemorrhage and edema, and nonsuppurative leptomeningitis, as well as possible chronic hemolytic anemia with multiorgan hemosiderosis and evidence of neurotoxicity.
Accurate diagnosis of group A streptococcal pharyngitis and appropriate antimicrobial therapy are important, particularly to prevent nonsuppurative sequelae such as rheumatic fever.
These histologic lesions noted included mild to moderate hydronephrosis (5%), subacute interstitial nephritis (5-30%), pyelitits (10-20%), mild suppurative or nonsuppurative pyelonephritis (5%) of the kidney and mild cystic endometrial hyperplasia (15-45%), endometrial fibrosis (5%), and endometritis (5%) of uterus that could be expected to be seen normally in laboratory mice, and were distributed randomly throughout the study groups (Table 5).
Histologic examination revealed severe, nonsuppurative polioencephalomyelitis in 3 of 4 sows and 1 of 2 piglets (online Technical Appendix Figure, https://wwwnc.
5) Creighton et al found that the most common complaints in the elderly were otologic complaints (hearing loss, external ear disorders, tinnitus, nonsuppurative otitis media/eustachian tube disorders) and balance disorders.
The bird died, and postmortem findings included mild, nonsuppurative encephalitis and degenerative encephalopathy; lymphoplasmacytic myenteric ganglioneuritis (particularly of the proventriculus); and wallerian degeneration of the sciatic nerves.
2) Moreover, unlike CT, MRI is capable of distinguishing between pyogenic and nonsuppurative lesions on diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI).
Suppurative versus nonsuppurative granulomatous inflammations raise divergent differential diagnoses, and in both cases, the cause of the granulomas may be either infectious or noninfectious.
3) Antibiotic therapy can shorten the clinical course of GABHS pharyngotonsillitis, reduce the rate of transmission, and prevent suppurative and nonsuppurative complications, such as peritonsillar abscess and acute rheumatic fever.