Question:

What color is bacterial infection for mucus?

Answer:

Mucus with any color other than clear or white is generally an indicator of an infection of the nasal mucosa, the paranasal sinus or, if produced via a productive cough, of a lower respiratory tract infection. Yellow and Green are common colors.


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