If they came to a just swelling and suppuration, the patient was saved by this kind and natural discharge of the morbid humor.
There is no disposition to suppuration of the neighboring glands.
The sound side was found free from suppuration, but immense abscesses existed on the side of the cut nerve.
If the suppuration is extensive the process may terminate fatally.
If the wound be aseptic, no suppuration or decomposition takes place beneath it.
Preventing, or destroying the germs of putrefaction or suppuration.
The penetrating object is nearly always dirty—bacterially dirty, at any rate—and suppuration only too readily commences.
As a result of pyogenic infection, suppuration of the labyrinth may occur.
The disease may pursue an indolent course during months or years until some complication occurs, such as suppuration or fracture.
He felt as if an immense cyst of suppuration had burst inside of him.
suppuration sup·pu·ra·tion (sŭp'yə-rā'shən)
The formation or discharge of pus. Also called pyesis, pyopoiesis, pyosis.