seropurulent


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seropurulent

 [se″ro-pu´roo-lent]
both serous and purulent.

se·ro·pu·ru·lent

(sē'rō-pyū'rū-lĕnt),
Composed of or containing both serum and pus; denoting a discharge of thin watery pus (seropus).

seropurulent

(sîr′ō-pyo͝or′ə-lənt, -pyo͝or′yə-)
adj.
Consisting of serum and pus.

se·ro·pu·ru·lent

(sēr-ō-pyūr'ŭ-lĕnt)
Composed of or containing both serum and pus; denoting a discharge of thin, watery pus (seropus).

seropurulent

Composed of SERUM and PUS.
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Focal diffusive placentitis was detected in 17.1%, seropurulent deciduitis in 37.4% cases, and amnionitis in 6.2% of cases of the full-term pregnancy.
It was at this time that the dialysis center noticed seropurulent drainage at the exit site and obtained cultures.
The lesion was not warm or tender but generated a seropurulent discharge.
The initial lesion at the fly bite is a small (up to 2 cm), red papule that enlarges, ulcerates centrally producing either a moist center with a seropurulent exudate or a dry crusted scab.
The edges are undermined, slough, seropurulent discharge.
Fistula in ano generally presents with seropurulent discharge from the perianal area, and the external opening is generally visible with a palpable tract.
In all the patients, the fluid was a mixture of bile and gastric juice and associated seropurulent fluid was seen in 25 (53.2%) patients.
Ultrasound-guided drainage evacuated <5 ml of seropurulent material from right gluteal minimus muscle.