THE more Buboes there are, so that they suppurate, the better.
Then they suppurate, and in the end amputation becomes necessary.
The inflamed bursa, which sometimes communicates with the joint, may suppurate, and the infection may spread to the joint.
The skin may suppurate or slough more or less over the areas of greatest tension or where it is irritated by blows or pressure.
When the outer skin begins to suppurate, it should be removed with a pair of pincers, and the patch treated as an open wound.
In cases in which the mucous membrane is affected, the submaxillary lymph gland may also become enlarged and suppurate.
The enlarged cervical glands later undergo softening, or suppurate and burst on the skin surface, forming fungating ulcers.
Miss H. has small pustules and great inflammation of her arms, with but one pustule likely to suppurate.
The glands do not suppurate, but the adenitis may remain as a chronic manifestation in scrofulous subjects.
Some of them seemed to be simply swollen red blood corpuscles, ready to burst, or as it were, suppurate.
suppurate sup·pu·rate (sŭp'yə-rāt')
v. sup·pu·rat·ed, sup·pu·rat·ing, sup·pu·rates
To form or discharge pus.