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238 Possible Causes for putrefaction

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Putrefactive Foetor ex-ore. Hepatosplenomegaly with jaundice. Generalized lymph node swelling (weakly painful, strong, mobile).[]

  • Tuberculosis

    There were many attacks of carbuncle (anthrax) through the summer, and other affections, which are called “the putrefaction” (seps); also large ecthymata, and large tetters[] […] suppurations, and there were great fallings off (sloughing) of the flesh, tendons, and bones; and the defluxion which seated in the part was not like pus, but a sort of putrefaction[]

  • Gangrene and Necrosis of the Lung

    —A Putrefactive Necrosis of the Lung, either circumscribed or diffuse. Etiology .[] Absorption of products of putrefactive decomposition, resulting in gangrene of the lung, and bacterial toxins leads to the strongest intoxicated patient.[] If located near the pleura, putrefaction may occur, giving rise to pyopneumothorax.[]

  • Antiseptic

    […] substances that are applied to living tissue/skin to reduce the possibility of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction.[] […] the possibility of infection , sepsis , or putrefaction .[] Antiseptic Medicinal Herbs reduces the possibilities of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction.[]

  • Intestinal Stasis

    The beefsteak is still intact, thanks to the anti-putrefactive... ‎[] These poisons produced from the putrefaction, he concluded, polluted the blood stream producing degenerative changes in every single tissue of the body and lowered the body's[] Intestinal stasis sooner or later causes the wastes and toxic by-products from the foods we eat to build up to such an extent that they start to become putrefactive it In[]

  • Halitosis

    Because there is no flow of saliva during sleep, putrefaction (decomposition or rotting) of saliva and debris in the mouth can lead to bad breath in the morning.[] PATHOGENESIS OF ORAL MALODOR: Diet bacteria epithelial cells Peptides/ proteins Amino acids Putrefaction products Oral malodor Marawar PP, Sodhi NA, Pawar BR, Mani AM.[] Renal failure Urine or ammonia Liver failure Fresh cadaver Tuberculosis/ lung abscess Foul, putrefactive Internal hemorrhage/ blood disorders Decomposed blood Fever , dehydration[]

  • Zinc Chloride Poisoning

    Putrefaction is delayed in : (LQ) A Peritonitis B Septicemia C Anasarca D Zinc chloride poisoning Ans.[]

  • 17-Hydroxycorticosteroid

    […] hydroxycorticosteroid glucuronides and p-nitrophenyl glucuronides, but also removes the inhibitory activity of substances of high molecular weight in urine and, moreover, inhibits urine putrefaction[]

  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus

    Metchnikoff, at that time a professor at the Pasteur Institute in Paris, produced the notion that the aging process results from the activity of putrefactive (proteolytic)[] He had the idea that aging is caused by putrefactive activity, or proteolysis , by microbes that produce toxic substances in the intestine.[]

  • Ischemic Gangrene

    Dry gangrene developed in her left lower limb over the ensuing weeks, and the area of interface between the healthy tissue and the dry gangrene developed putrefaction, which[] Liquefactive Necrosis Necrosis of big tissue with super added putrefaction, with black, foul-smelling appearance is known as liquefactive necrosis (black or green color is[] Necrosis with putrefaction of tissue, may be caused by certain bacterias. Gangrene is a complication of necrosis. Tissue becomes black and malodorous.[]

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