And he repeats the Arabic proverb in broken Arabic, “A drop of pus will disable a camel.”
Claudopus is from two Greek words: claudos, lame; pus, foot.
This case had not proceeded far enough for the formation of the cyst or pus.
They declared that it was not necessary "that pus should be generated in wounds."
Mucus and pus (matter such as comes from an abscess) may also be discharged.
Pus must be let out with a knife which has been laid in boiling water.
Pus is a mixture of germs, blood and the flesh that they have destroyed.
In the event of pus forming the gland must be opened and drained.
Of course, the discharge must be free from gonococci and pus.
No pus has formed, nor deposit left, fever disappears, the eye is well.