sanious

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or resembling or characterized by ichor or sanies
    the sanious discharge from an ulcer
    an ichorous discharge
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  • In from three to six days, the tumefaction around the joint tends to soften at a particular place, and bursts, and a discharge that is sometimes of a sanious character, mixed with synovia, escapes. Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1
  • About the tenth day, the discharge, which up to that time had been only sanious and serous, showed a slight admixture of slimy pus; and this increased till (a few days before I left) it amounted to about three drachms in twenty-four hours. On the Antiseptic Principle of the Practice of Surgery
  • It has a discharge from the eyes, and a fetid, sanious discharge from the nose. Cattle and Their Diseases Embracing Their History and Breeds, Crossing and Breeding, And Feeding and Management; With the Diseases to which They are Subject, And The Remedies Best Adapted to their Cure
  • the sanious discharge from an ulcer
  • I probed it with a silver probe, wherewith I found a large cavity in the middle of the thigh, and others round the knee, sanious and cuniculate: also several scales of bone, some loose, others not. The Harvard Classics Volume 38 Scientific Papers (Physiology, Medicine, Surgery, Geology)
  • On the fourth he was cast, and the discharge -- partly inflammatory exudate, and partly a sanious foetid pus -- liberated. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • Empima (empyema) is the hawking-up of sanies, with infection of the lung and a sanious habit. Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century
  • Finally it breaks at one or more spots, and there exudes from the opening or openings a purulent and oftentimes sanious discharge, which coagulates about each fistula after the manner of ordinary synovia. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • Empima (empyema) is the hawking-up of sanies, with infection of the lung and a sanious habit. Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century
  • These pustules break, discharging a thin, sanious fluid, leaving minute ulcers in their places. Cattle and Their Diseases Embracing Their History and Breeds, Crossing and Breeding, And Feeding and Management; With the Diseases to which They are Subject, And The Remedies Best Adapted to their Cure
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