suppuration[ suhp-yuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF suppuration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPPURATION
At other times, there are tubercles in almost every state of hardness, and in that of suppuration.
There is no disposition to suppuration of the neighboring glands.
Adenitis, or suppuration of the glands, has just been mentioned.
Frequently there are traces of suppuration and of ulceration.
If the suppuration is extensive the process may terminate fatally.
The wound meanwhile had healed without a trace of suppuration.
Suppuration had not yet taken place, and the parts were in good condition.
Preventing, or destroying the germs of putrefaction or suppuration.
Inflammation of the matrix with suppuration and shedding of the nail.
As a result of pyogenic infection, suppuration of the labyrinth may occur.