Pus in a sentence
Example sentences for Pus
They occur when an infection causes pus and infected material to collect in the skin.
But the swelling remained and the wound continued to ooze pus.
Wolff, however, argued that much of the damage that actinomycosis causes in humans is due to pus.
The infection causes pus or fluid to build up behind the eardrum.
Pus or fluid may be drained and sent to a laboratory to determine what type of bacteria or fungus is causing the infection.
More often, they increase in discomfort as pus collects.
The main symptom of ecthyma is a small blister with a red border that may be filled with pus.
Emergency medical workers found his little body wet with pus.
The nodules may drain small amounts of pus from time to time.
It may also identify small amounts of pus draining from the opening of a sinus.
In some severe cases, surgery may be needed to release the pus around the tendon.
Lab tests may show blood and pus in the urine, with or without signs of infection.
Plus, he couldn't find a vein in his arms, which were swollen with pools of pus and heroin.
Coral injuries that heal slowly or poorly, leak pus or fluids or being to swell suggest the onset of poisoning.
His left hand was swollen and oozing pus, forcing him to limp on his three good limbs.
The telltale sign is swelling and redness of the skin around the cord, which often leaks pus.
The people liked the sonata, and they might have raised even more of a rum- pus over it if it hadn't had such an abrupt ending.
The pus is commonly covered by a lining or membrane that forms around the edges.
There may be pus-filled blisters, especially with a bacterial infection.
If there is pus or a fever, or if the infection is caused by bacteria, antibiotics may be prescribed.
Pyogenic liver abscess is a pus-filled area in the liver.
When the bone is infected, pus is produced in the bone, which may result in an abscess.
There may be drainage of pus or other fluids from the site.
At times, there may be a small amount of pus present.
Surgical solutions are then used to irrigate the cavity, removing as much of the pus and infection as possible.
They are found in boils and in the pus of infected wounds.
More or less pus may appear after the lapse of the first week, and the larger the wound, the more likely this is to happen.