Swelling, pus, the whole shebang; an angry reaction that lasted weeks.
At that point, Tyson had become a scavenger spewing bile and pus.
Hot applications may be used, but if pus gathers, the stye should be treated by a physician.
Claudopus is from two Greek words: claudos, lame; pus, foot.
Abscesses should be opened as soon as they form, because there is a possibility of the pus getting into the circulation.
Mucus and pus (matter such as comes from an abscess) may also be discharged.
If the pus can be localized an incision should be made and the abscess drained.
In the event of pus forming the gland must be opened and drained.
It would be good practice to distend the sac after discharge of pus by injecting into it a solution of carbolic acid.
Of course, the discharge must be free from gonococci and pus.
late 14c., from Latin pus "pus, matter from a sore;" figuratively "bitterness, malice" (related to puter "rotten;" cf. putrid), from PIE *pu- (2) "to rot, decay" (cf. Sanskrit puyati "rots, stinks," putih "stinking, foul;" Greek puon "discharge from a sore," pythein "to cause to rot;" Gothic fuls, Old English ful "foul"), perhaps originally echoic of a natural exclamation of disgust.
A generally viscous, yellowish-white fluid formed in infected tissue, consisting of white blood cells, cellular debris, and necrotic tissue.