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Synonyms for inflammation

Synonyms for inflammation

an instance of being irritated, as in a part of the body

Synonyms for inflammation

a response of body tissues to injury or irritation

the state of being emotionally aroused and worked up

arousal to violent emotion


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the act of setting something on fire

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In order to investigate the anti-inflammatory effect of MP on airway inflamation, we examined IL-5 levels.
This may result from injury, infection or inflamation.
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Fusion of the labia majora is generally an acquired defect because of local inflamation, trauma and vaginal lacerations.
Intraocular inflamation of denatured viscoelastic substance in cases of cataract extraction and lens implantation.
Pathological and virological assessment of acute HTLV-I-associated myelopathy complicated with encephalopathy and systemic inflamation.
Red-eye, bowl problem Leonotis nepetaefolia Breast inflamation, burns (L.
This is an example of a healing reaction, an essential part of the Gerson Therapy, in which the immune system is activated and the body produces a healing inflamation which can cause swelling and pain, after which healing occurs.
Immediately following this entry, he listed an entry for her daughter: "The daughter of the aforesaid woman (of about ten years of age or more) had an Erisipelas or Inflamation in her legg, called vulgarly the shingles.
A specialist's report has con-firmed no serious damage other than inflamation.
It could be a prostate infection or inflamation of the semenproducing glands.
Schistosoma mansoni infection causing diffuse enteric inflamation and damage of the enteric nervous system in the mouse small intestine.
Sexually transmitted diseases, pelvic inflamation diseases and infertility an epidemiologic update.
Inflamation, Basic principles and Clinical Correlates.