Mucus and pus (matter such as comes from an abscess) may also be discharged.
It is the office of this fluid to moisten and thin the mucus of the nose.
Water precipitates pus from such a solution, but does not mucus.
The mucus of the bladder is increased by cantharides, and perhaps by oil of turpentine.
The mucus of the cellular membrane is increased by blisters and sinapisms.
This will wash away any mucus or fecal matter that may have collected.
School children can be taught to avoid handkerchiefs on which mucus has dried.
Of that mucus, both marine animals and marine vegetables are made.
The stomach walls were pink and in places covered with mucus.
Usually on the bottom, but can suspend itself by threads of mucus.