This is quickly followed by mucopurulent discharge from the eyes and nose; later, perhaps, ulceration of either eyes or eyelids.
There may be a mucopurulent discharge, which may be slight or profuse in quantity, agglutinating the hairs of the tail.
There is discharge from the nostrils, which may be mucopurulent, purulent, or hemorrhagic.
Polypi may cause a mucopurulent discharge or they may only be suspected when they prove an obstacle to parturition.
mucopurulent mu·co·pu·ru·lent (myōō'kō-pyur'ə-lənt, -yə-lənt)
Containing mucus and pus.