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Variolation was often done using pus from an infected person’s pox that doctors inserted into a cut.
It is thinner than that of chronic bronchitis, and upon standing separates into three layers of pus, mucus, and frothy serum.
When at all abundant, pus forms a white sediment resembling amorphous phosphates macroscopically.
Pus-casts may appear if the process extends up into the kidney tubules (see Fig. 62).
In suppurations of the urinary tract pus-producing organisms may be found.
On the other hand, except in children, where the percentage is normally low, pus is uncommon with less than 80 per cent.
The leukocytes of pus, pus-corpuscles, belong almost wholly to this variety.
Considerable numbers of pus-corpuscles have been found in some cases of gastric cancer.
Eosinophilic leukocytes are common in gonorrheal pus and in asthmatic sputum.
It is not unlike a pus-corpuscle in size and general appearance, but is actively motile.

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