Definition Of pus
a thick yellowish or greenish opaque liquid produced in infected tissue, consisting of dead white blood cells and bacteria with tissue debris and serum.
There is a urethral discharge, yellow pus, mucus and pus or clear mucus at the opening.
Example Of pus
Also very rarely, sinusitis can spread to form a pocket of pus in an eye socket, the brain or a facial bone.
An acute middle ear infection can cause a build up of pus and blood inside the middle ear, which may feel very uncomfortable.
In some cases, the doctor may need to remove pus and debris from the ear with gentle cleaning or suction.
In two patients the organism was isolated from pus as well as blood.
Occasionally blisters become infected, and are filled with yellow pus .