MEDICAL

ANCHOVY SAUCE PUS IS A FEATURE OF

  • A. Amoebic liver abscess ✓
  • B. Lung abscess
  • C. Splenic abscess

 

Anchovy sauce pus is a term used to describe the characteristic appearance of the pus found in amoebic liver abscesses. This type of pus has a thick, brownish color and a distinct odor resembling anchovy sauce. Amoebic liver abscess is a condition caused by the parasitic infection of Entamoeba histolytica, leading to the formation of abscesses in the liver. The presence of anchovy sauce pus in the aspirated material from the abscess is considered diagnostic for amoebic liver abscess.

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