suppurative


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sup·pu·ra·tive

(sŭp'yŭ-ră-tiv),
Forming pus.

sup·pu·ra·tive

(sŭp'yŭr-ă-tiv)
Forming pus.
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Clinico-epidemiological study of complicated and uncomplicated chronic suppurative otitis media .J Laryngol Otol 2008; 122:442-6.
Patients having chronic suppurative otitis media with dry central perforations were included in the study.
The present study showed that frequency of histopathological diagnosis was acute appendicitis (52.%) followed by acute suppurative (28%), acute gangrenous appendicitis (12.5%), acute perforated appendicitis (2%), resolving or chronic appendicitis (2.5%) similar results were also showed in other studies done by Shrestha R and Zulfikar et al.12,13 The perforation rate of appendix in this study was low (2%) similar to that shown by other studies.15
Neonatal suppurative parotitis: A study of five cases.
However, the 2 Yersinia lymphadenitis cases both showed suppurative necrosis without granulomatous inflammation, features not typically seen in CSD.
To the end of therapy (3 months) the magnitude of erythrocytes membrane disruption did not reach control level in patients with acute suppurative form of CP in bilateral stones.
Reticulation of the adjacent fat surrounding a suppurative lymph node, or the presence of a circumferential rim of soft tissue, may be indicative of an inflammatory etiology as the cause of the abnormal node--as opposed to metastases.
Geneva: World Health Organization; Global burden of disease due to chronic suppurative otitis media.
Suppurative keratitis occurs more often after a superficial corneal trauma with vegetative or organic materials.
In this study the isolated bacteria from patients with acute suppurative tonsillitis were streptococcus species (88.6%), which included Streptococcus pyogenes, the predominant (96.9%) (n = 188).
Previous reports of strongyloidiasis-associated meningitis also suggested potential links between strongyloidiasis and atypical suppurative meningitis on the basis of 9 cases of Enterobacteriaceae meningitis (not consecutive) (4) and 17 cases of culture-negative suppurative meningitis (5).