1. of damaged or necrotic tissue; cheeselike
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  • Putty kidney is a pathologic term for the caseous necrosis of the kidney described in chronic renal tuberculosis.
  • Introduce the sputum or other material (e.g. milk deposit and cream; pus; minced gland or other organ; caseous material; broken down foci, etc.) into a sterile tube and then add an equal volume of antiformin. The Elements of Bacteriological Technique A Laboratory Guide for Medical, Dental, and Technical Students. Second Edition Rewritten and Enlarged.
  • X-rays show the deformity of the head and clear areas in the interior of the upper epiphysis corresponding to the islands of cartilage; these clear areas resemble those due to caseous foci in tuberculous coxitis. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • Let me pick some items from some past issues: "A goat medicine cabinet" suggesting medications that should be kept on hand by those working with goats; announcement of an upcoming seminar on beekeeping; a discussion of Caseous lymphadenitis in goats; plans for a manure-heated brooder; a method for pasteurizing milk on a small scale; midwifery for shepherds; lambing supplies check list; design for a Zimbabwe fly trap. 9: Domestic animals
  • Mtb, and is necessary for granuloma formation, it does cause immunopathology such as caseous necrosis PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The first is a population of actively growing bacilli present in liquefied caseous material of the tuberculous lesion and the lining of the walls of pulmonary cavities.
  • The lymph nodes coalesce and break down due to formation of caseous pus.
  • Airsacculitis may be present even after infection with relatively mild strains, and thickening of the air sacs with catarrhal or caseous discharge is often observed.
  • But if he offer to sell me a ton of this lunar cheese, I call on him to prove the truth of the caseous nature of our satellite, before The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 22, August, 1859
  • Portions of this loose horn removed reveal beneath it a caseous foetid matter, easily removed by scraping (the perverted secretion of the keratogenous membrane). Diseases of the Horse's Foot
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