Serous purulent secretion



A lubricious, colorless, transparent liquid secreted by the serosa in the serum. The production of purulent discharge of the serosa is generally caused by bacterial infection, resulting in local tissue inflammation, pus formation, formation of a certain pustule, and pus It flows out of the damaged tissue to form a certain secretion.



1. Bacterial infection causes damage to local tissues.

2, a variety of sexually transmitted diseases can cause damage to the reproductive system.

3, urethritis, gynecological diseases, etc.


an examination

Related inspection

Bacterial examination of pus and wound infection specimens

1. Carefully ask about the relevant medical history, collect relevant clinical data, and pay attention to the history of smelting.

2. Closely check the patient to clearly understand the clinical symptoms of the patient.

3, appropriate physical examination of the patient, a preliminary understanding of the morphological changes of the various organs of the patient, paying special attention to the disease of the reproductive system.

4. Perform relevant equipment examinations on the patients, conduct appropriate laboratory tests, and perform blood routine examinations.

5, comprehensive consideration of various inspection results, combined with the clinical symptoms of various organ damage, and finally draw a corresponding diagnosis.


Differential diagnosis

1, gonorrhea

(1) History of exposure: The patient has a history of extramarital sex or a history of spouse infection, and a history of coronary disease with gonorrhea patients (especially those with gonorrhea in the family). The newborn mother has a history of gonorrhea.

(B) clinical manifestations: the main symptoms of gonorrhea are urinary frequency urgency, dysuria, urethral fistula or purulent discharge of the cervix vaginal opening. Or gonococcal conjunctivitis, enteritis pharyngitis and other manifestations, or disseminated gonorrhea symptoms.

(3) Laboratory examination: smear examination of male acute gonorrhea urethritis has preliminary diagnostic significance for women only for reference, and should be cultured to confirm the condition of gonococcal infection in the place where the diagnosis is confirmed by genetic diagnosis.

2, urethritis

1, urinary tract irritation;

2, the urethra is red and swollen, there is purulent secretion, there may be tenderness along the urethra;

3, there are a lot of red blood cells, white blood cells in the urine, the first cup of urine in the three cups of urine test is obviously abnormal;

4, urethral secretion smear stain test or bacterial culture has pathogenic bacteria, can be identified with gonococcal urethritis.