The accompanying plate is taken from the lung of a donkey in which purulent fluid had been made to circulate with the blood.
Above all, the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!
Towards the end of the year 1783, became affected with slight cough and expectoration of purulent matter.
Phlebitis, or inflammation of a vein, may be plastic or purulent in nature.
Usually running down to the sequestrum, are enormous sinuses, from which comes a foul, purulent discharge.
The existence of a purulent discharge is no excuse for lack of cleanliness.
There are three forms of periostitis—aseptic, purulent, and fibrous.
Above all the doctor—the doctor and the purulent trash and garbage of his pharmacopoeia!
The cases in which purulent deposits usually form, indicate a debilitated state of constitution.
The exudation may, as in iritis, be serous, plastic or purulent.
purulent pu·ru·lent (pyur'ə-lənt, pyur'yə-)
Containing, discharging, or causing the production of pus.