Examples of pus in a Sentence
Pus oozed from the cat's injured ear.
Recent Examples of pus from the Web
Symptoms begin with pus-like discharge from the eyes, coughing, fevers and lethargy.
Building a Baseline For Muneza, his first task was scouring previous giraffe studies for any reference to the telltale signs of the disease: those lesions that sometimes ooze blood or pus.
The poor little thing, one side of his face was nothing but blood and pus and swollen and bruised.
The woman’s foot was in a bucket which was so full of pus that part of the woman's foot was covered in it.
An 18-year-old woman rubbed her swollen belly after fleeing with her infant daughter when the wounds from her C-section began to ooze pus.
His wife remembered that it was filled with pus and looked awful.
In response to the infection and inflammation, white blood cells can congregate in the area and make their way into your urine as pus, giving it a cloudy appearance, Dr. Cooper explains.
If the appendiceal lumen is obstructed, the bacteria that lives in the appendix can multiply and lead to appendicitis, which essentially means having an inflamed appendix that’s filled with pus.
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PUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pus for English Language Learners
medical : a thick, yellowish substance that is produced when a part of the body or a wound becomes infected
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