suppurative pneumonia

sup·pu·ra·tive pneu·mo·ni·a

any pneumonia associated with the formation of pus and destruction of pulmonary tissue; abscess formation may occur.
Synonym(s): septic pneumonia

sup·pu·ra·tive pneu·mo·ni·a

(sŭpyŭr-ă-tiv nū-mōnē-ă)
Pneumonia associated with formation of pus and destruction of pulmonary tissue; abscess formation may occur.
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"Kilonzo, your cow died of chronic suppurative pneumonia and liver abscess," I gave my diagnosis.
Arcanobacterium pyogenes was the most common bacterial isolate from chronic suppurative pneumonia cases in cattle and such chronic infections were treated with a 4-6-week course of procaine penicillin with reasonable success [8].
Histologically, the respiratory tract of the adult was characterized by moderate mononuclear tracheitis, laryngitis, and air sacculitis; severe pulmonary alveolar histiocytosis; multifocal severe suppurative pneumonia; and multifocal pulmonary thrombosis and hemorrhage.