sanioserous

sanioserous

 [sa″ne-o-se´rus]
partly sanious and partly serous.
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sa·ni·o·se·rous

(sā'nē-ō-sēr'ŭs),
Characterized by blood-tinged serum.
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sanioserous

adjective Referring to a wound or infected discharge which is sanious (malodorous and blood-tinged) and serous.

In modern practice, the nose is little used in analysing discharges, and thus sero-sanguinous is likely the best equivalent in the working medical parlance.
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sa·ni·o·se·rous

(sā'nē-ō-sēr'ŭs)
Characterized by blood-tinged serum.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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She was complaining of difficulties of nasal breathing, rhinophonia, periodic sanioserous nasal discharge, periodic nasal hemorrhages, headaches and general weakness.