sanguinopurulent

sanguinopurulent

 [sang″gwĭ-no-pu´ru-lent]
containing both blood and pus.
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san·gui·no·pu·ru·lent

(sang'gwi-nō-pyū'rū-lent),
Denoting exudate or matter containing blood and pus.
[sanguino- + L. purulentus, festering (suppurative), fr. pus, pus]
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san·gui·no·pu·ru·lent

(sang'gwi-nō-pyū'rŭ-lĕnt)
Denoting exudate or matter containing blood and pus.
[sanguino- + L. purulentus, festering (suppurative), fr. pus, pus]
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The gross examination of genital tract revealed that uterine horns were flabby with thickened endometrial wall and accumulated with sanguinopurulent discharge in uterine horn which might be due to inflammation of myometrium and endometrium wall.
On closed physical examination, mild depression was evident, menace response was absent with nasal hyperkeratosis, bilateral corneal opacity as well as sanguinopurulent nasal discharge (Fig.
Epistaxis associated with nasal aspergillosis was chronic, bilateral and mild and was associated with persisting sanguinopurulent nasal discharge, frequent sneezing, erratic appetite and pain on percussion on nasal area.
An intact male Labrador retriever dog was presented with bilateral sanguinopurulent nasal discharge, sneezing with soft fleshy swelling occupying the nasal area.
A three year old male uncastrated Labrador retriever weighing 33 kg was brought with history of recurrent bilateral sanguinopurulent nasal discharge since last one year.
Sanguinopurulent discharge oozed out of nasal fistula.
Two German shepherd dogs aged between 5-6 year were presented with history of chronic sneezing and muco-purulent to sanguinopurulent nasal discharge which was unilateral in first case and bilateral (initially unilateral but later bilateral) in second case.