Term indicating that the discharge of pus from an infected wound or abscess is beneficial or laudable (worthy of praise) and should be encouraged by surgical intervention - Modern surgeons still use the sayings `where `ere pus be, let it run free` and `pus about, let it out`
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An obsolete term used when suppuration was considered unlikely to lead to pyaemia (blood poisoning) but more likely to remain localised. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. an obsolete term used when suppuration was considered unlikely to lead to pyemia (blood poisoning), but more likely to remain localized.
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