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suppuration

 [sup″u-ra´shun]
2. the act of becoming converted into and discharging pus. adj., adj sup´purative.

sup·pu·ra·tion

(sŭp'yŭ-rā'shŭn),
The formation of pus.
[L. suppuratio (see suppurate)]

suppuration

(sŭp′yə-rā′shən)
n.
1. The formation or discharge of pus.
2. Pus.

sup′pu·ra′tive adj.

suppuration

Infectious disease
1. The formation of pus.
2. The discharge of pus. See Pus.

sup·pu·ra·tion

(sŭp'yŭr-ā'shŭn)
The formation of pus.
See also: suppurate
Synonym(s): pyesis, pyogenesis, pyopoiesis, pyosis.
[L. suppuratio]

suppuration

The production or discharge of PUS.

sup·pu·ra·tion

(sŭp'yŭr-ā'shŭn)
The formation of pus.
Synonym(s): pyesis, pyogenesis, pyopoiesis, pyosis.
[L. suppuratio]
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Subjects were excluded if they present an implant with a hydroxylapatite-coated surface; had moderate to severe chronic periodontitis (i.e., suppuration, PD > 5 mm and bleeding on probing in more than 30% of subgingival sites); had aggressive periodontitis; had taken antibiotics or anti-inflammatory drugs within 6 months prior to the clinical examination; had received periodontal or peri-implant therapy within 6 months; had a chronic medical disease or condition; presented implant-supported prostheses with mobile abutments and/or screws, as well as fractured prosthetic crowns made of ceramic or resin (to avoid occlusal interference); had clinically detectable mobility of the implant (lack of osseointegration); or smoked tobacco.
Abnormal thyroid structures, such as multinodular goiters, nodules, or malignancies, have been postulated to make the thyroid gland more susceptible to suppuration [2].
Variable n Mean [+ or -] sd Age 161 38.36 [+ or -] 10.99 Years of schooling 161 10.05 [+ or -] 2.26 % of sites with plaque 161 23.51 [+ or -] 21.72 % of sites with bleeding on probing 161 15.60 [+ or -] 15.22 % of sites with suppuration 161 0.72 [+ or -] 1.68 % of sites with pockets [greater than or 161 5.94 [+ or -] 8.08 equal to] 4 mm % of sites with gingival recession 161 5.09 [+ or -] 4.98 n % Marital status Single 25 15.5 Living with spouse/partner 136 84.5 Received dental care in previous 12 months No 13 8.1 Yes 148 91.9 Tooth brushing frequency <1/day 10 6.2 At least 1/day 151 93.8 Tobacco use Never 52 32.3 Former 45 27.9 Current 64 39.8 Alcohol intake Never 23 14.3 Former 64 39.7 Current 74 46.0 Bruxism No 97 60.3 Yes 64 39.7 Diabetes No 98 60.9 Yes 63 39.1 Table 2.
Secondary infection was considered if incisional swelling or suppuration was found.
2) was performed which revealed bulging of tympanic membrane with suppuration in ear canal and presence of live mites as white motile spheres with legs and were located adjacent to tympanic membrane in a mass of paste like wax and pus (Fig.
Before the indication was set, the disease had been treated by different specialists (a gynecologist, a general medicine specialist, a dermatologist, a surgeon, an occupational health specialist) as a typical recurrent skin suppuration. The patients had been treated with various antibiotics, dermatological mixtures, occasional incisions, disinfectants and ointments.
La suppuration d'un carcinome renal necrose a ete rapportee et constitue une circonstance exceptionnelle de decouverte du cancer.
Lifetime risk of Under-5 Expected number maternal death mortality rate of years of (/1 000 live formal schooling births) South 1/300 43.9 13.6 Africa Gross national Participation of Mothers' index income per women in rank (out of 179 capita (current national countries) USD) government (% of seats held by women) South 7 190 40.7 72 Africa Intracranial suppuration (ICS)
Those with normal immunity reveal multiple well-defined epithelioid granulomas with giant cells and lymphocytes, with or without suppuration and minimal caseous necrosis.
Good response was defined as complete recovery from the illness after treatment with antimicrobial drugs only (no suppuration, no need for surgical procedures, and no relapse).
Primary pyomyositis is an acute bacterial infection characterized by suppuration within large skeletal muscles manifesting as single or multiple abscesses.
In all patients operated dressing with Dakin was carried out twice a day after bath with the same liquid till suppuration dried.