nonsuppurative


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not suppurative

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Mild, nonsuppurative hepatitis was present and was characterized by perivascular inflammation.
Nonsuppurative cholangitis and periductal fibrosis may be seen in the remaining bile ducts with ductular reaction.
The affected lymph nodes have a characteristic, non-inflammatory aspect: enlarged, hard, free from fixation to skin and underlying tissues, and they are nonsuppurative.
There was locally extensive nonsuppurative encephalitis in brain stem, with diffuse lymphocytic perivascular cuffing and multifocal gliosis (Figure 1C).
Histologic evidence of nonsuppurative destructive cholangitis and destruction of interlobular bile ducts
It occurs as a nonsuppurative complication of GAS pharyngitis in susceptible hosts.
It may be suppurative or more commonly nonsuppurative in nature.
It is a nonsuppurative sequel of group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis, which is known to be a common cause of chorea.
06 Other, unspecified chronic nonsuppurative otitis media, including allergic otitis media 381.
The pathogenic role of group A [beta] haemolytic streptococcus (GAS, Streptococcus pyogenes) has been well studied in a wide variety of suppurative infections like pharyngitis as well as in nonsuppurative sequelae like rheumatic fever/ rheumatic heart disease (RF/RHD) (1).
The characteristic lesion in lambs is an acute, nonsuppurative (without pus) arthritis manifested by heat, pain, and slight joint swelling (typically involving the hock, stifle, elbow, and carpus).
Of the nonsuppurative complications, we only have data that we can decrease the probability of rheumatic fever.