Over the centuries, the wounds which surgeons were tending, either as a result of injury or inflicted by themselves on their patients, would swell, redden, and suppurate with the discharge of pus.
They're like thumb holes in his ribcage, suppurating and glistening with pus.
In general, there is no infection and suppuration on the growth.
His bow lost its spring but his wound still suppurated .
Chloramphenicol or tetracyclines also have been used, but relapses occasionally occur with these medications, and they may not prevent node suppuration .
Strangely enough, the wound in my remaining arm, which still suppurated , was seized with gangrene.
The main step in the pathogenesis of actinomycosis is disruption of the mucosal membrane leading to suppuration and abscess formation.
Chronic suppurative otitis media is chronic suppuration of the middle ear cavity associated with a defect in the tympanic membrane.
Other exclusion criteria were a diagnosis of chronic suppurative otitis media or otitis with effusion, and otoscopic appearance consistent with crying or fever alone.
Separation of the necrotic tissue along the fascial planes with suppuration may occur.