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the tenth month of the Hindu calendar

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The mucopurulent discharge through the corresponding nostrils, partially closed eye of affected side, head pressing to hard objects and frequent shaking of head was observed.
Unlike typical furuncles, these lesions may lack characteristic central rupture and drainage, instead opening laterally and draining a thick, mucopurulent, foul-smelling fluid.
The animals were maintained a good appetite but with poor body condition, mucopurulent nasal discharge, coughing and overgrown hooves.
Signs include diffuse conjunctival injection, lid crusting, purulent or mucopurulent discharge, mild papillae on the palpebral conjunctiva, and less commonly, superficial punctate keratitis in the lower third of the cornea.
2) At that level, mucopurulent discharge was observed originating from the proximal aspect of the sac.
5 Other presenting complaints included nasal swelling, a mass in the nose, epiphora, and mucopurulent rhinorrhoea.
A number of clinical conditions like mucopurulent endocervicites, endometritis or salpingitis have been attributed to this infection.
Most patients with bronchiectasis have chronic cough and copious purulent to mucopurulent sputum production.
Initially, the disease is manifested by lacrimation, hyperemia in the conjunctiva and mucopurulent discharge.
After 2 weeks of treatment, with the lesion extending to the eyelids and having developed a slight mucopurulent discharge, the treatment was changed to dexamethasone eye drops at the secondary hospital.
11) Patients may present with severe dysmenorrhoea, lower abdominal pain, paravaginal mass, excessive foul smelling mucopurulent discharge and intermenstrual bleeding depending on the existence of uterine or vaginal communications.
The presence of a mucopurulent discharge should not delay the Pap test.
Results: Before treatment, most of the women in both groups had a mucopurulent discharge.
In the literature we find a wide spectrum of ocular manifestations, which includes: corneal edema, corneal infiltration, chemosis, ciliary injection, mucopurulent keratoconjunctivitis, anterior uveitis, hyphema, iris atrophy, cataract, lens subluxation, anterior and posterior capsule opacities, trabeculitis, damage of the trabecular mesh and glaucoma, ophthalmoplegia, optic neuritis, papilledema and optic atrophy (3,4).