Of, relating to, or characterized by pyogenesis.(adjective)
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Use "pyogenic" in a sentence
"a yellow or bluish tint, not putrid, diffused or enclosed by the so-called pyogenic membrane, not dangerous, especially if localized in cellular tissue, ready, if the expression may be used for rapid resorption; on the other hand the smallest abscess produced by this organism when associated with the septic vibrio takes on a thick gangrenous appearance, putrid, greenish and infiltrating the softened tissues."
"When I was 11, I had surgery on my right hand for a pyogenic granuloma."
""It's a pyogenic granuloma," he said, and he wrote it out for me on a scrap of paper."