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Pus is an exudate, typically white-yellow, yellow, or yellow-brown, formed at the site of inflammation during bacterial or fungal infection. An accumulation of pus ...

www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/249182.php

Jun 21, 2017 ... Pus is a whitish-yellow, yellow, or brown-yellow protein-rich fluid called liquor puris that accumulates at the site of an infection. It consists of a ...

woundcaresociety.org/drain-pus-infection

Apr 18, 2016 ... Pus is an accumulation of dead white blood cells with fungus or bacteria in infected tissues located beneath the epidermis, e.g. the fat tissues.

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"Pus is made up mostly of a special kind of white blood cell called NEUTROPHILS. Their main job is to eat and digest invading microorganisms such as bacteria.

www.wisegeek.org/what-causes-pus.htm

Pus is a viscous substance that is part of the body's immune response. Though pus is ... Pus is mostly made up of dead white blood cells. View slideshow of ...

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Pus is a thick fluid produced by the body as it fights infection. A large amount of pus can ... My shin injury made it so I couldn't walk. Instead of seeing a doctor, ...

www.sharecare.com/health/acne-skin-pimples/why-does-pus-form-in-pimple

Pus in a pimple, formed of oil, dead cells, and bacteria, is a result a local infection and the immune system's response. Watch the animation to learn more about ...

www.quora.com/What-is-pus-made-of

Imagine you have bad stuff in your body and your immune system's like, nope we can't have this! So the bad stuff and your white blood cells fight and there's blood  ...

articles.orlandosentinel.com/2001-03-11/news/0103110032_1_bacteria-cells-immune-system

Mar 11, 2001 ... Question: I recently developed a boil on my face. I thought I could just let it come to a head, but it was so painful I had to have it lanced. As soon ...

www.britannica.com/science/pus

pus: thick, opaque, usually yellowish white fluid matter formed in association with inflammation caused by the invasion of the body by infective microorganisms ...