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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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Concomitant pathology in biopsy specimens in which KS was diagnosed Type of concomitant pathology n Infections Cytomegalovirus 3 Candida 3 Cryptococcus 1 Possible syphilis 2 Herpes simplex virus 1 Granulomatous inflammation 2 due to Mycobacterium Subtotal 12 Dermatitis Seborrhoeic dermatitis 1 Spongiotic dermatitis NOS 1 Interface dermatitis 4 Granulomatous inflammation 5 NOS Subtotal 11 Panniculitis 4 Other Human papillomavirus 1 Verruca 1 Chalazion 1 Intussusception 1 Gastritis 1 HIV lymphadenitis 10 Castleman's disease 1 Total 43 NOS = not otherwise specified.
Definitive diagnosis was established on histologic examination, by finding characteristic fat necrosis and granulomatous inflammation, along with proliferative and inflammatory responses to compression in the contiguous colon.
Because no mesocercariae were surrounded by adult connective tissue or by granulomatous inflammation, together with the multiple presences of migratory routes, the continuous mobility of the parasites through the host's tissues was strongly suggested.
Histology demonstrated active necrotizing granulomatous inflammation with a Ziehl-Neelsen stain positive for acid-fast bacilli, consistent with tuberculosis infection (Fig.
1) While a classic triad is possible, the presence of two manifestations or one manifestation along with perilymphatic or intralymphatic granulomatous inflammation is sufficient to support a diagnosis.
The combination of a bronchiolocentric interstitial pneumonia with fibrosis, chronic bronchiolitis, and a characteristic pattern of nonnecrotizing granulomatous inflammation was diagnostic of chronic hypersensitivity pneumonia.
Granulomatous inflammation with central caseous necrosis surrounded by epithelial cells and Langhans giant cells was noted in the histopathologic examination of the left middle ear mucosa.
More granulomatous inflammation seems to be associated with more relapses, and when initial involvement is mostly limited to glomerulonephritis, patients seem to have more prolonged remissions.
His serum ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme) level was 198 U/L (normal range of 9-67 U/L), and FNAC (fine needle aspiration cytology) of the right inguinal lymph node showed noncaseating granulomatous inflammation.
A soft tissue biopsy of the cheek revealed nonspecific granulomatous inflammation.
Beryllium skin patch testing to analyze T cell stimulation and granulomatous inflammation in the lung.
Low-magnification examination of sections stained with hematoxylin and eosin reveals foci of granulomatous inflammation at the level of the subpapillary plexus of blood vessels (localized or generalized lesions) or deeper in the deep dermis or adipose (subcutaneous lesions).
2] In spinal disease, this unfortunately requires the invasive procedure of bone biopsy, the diagnosis being made histologically when necrotising granulomatous inflammation showing epithelioid macrophages, multiple giant cells and lymphocytes are demonstrated.
4) Most have chronic inflammation (94%), followed by acute inflammation (6%), and rarely, granulomatous inflammation (0.
On histopathologic examination, the mass consisted of diffuse, reactive fibroplasia and moderate, granulomatous inflammation (Figs 2 and 3).
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