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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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They are beneficial in acute inflammation, but have dose-related side effects with chronic use which make them sub-optimal to treat chronic inflammation.
Criteria for atrophic vaginitis were chosen as described in The Bethesda System for Reporting Cervical Cytology (1) and included features of atrophy with the addition of acute inflammation to define vaginitis.
Acute acalculous cholecystitis (AAC) is acute inflammation of the gallbladder in the absence of gallstones.
Acute inflammation is protective; pathogens are eliminated, and return to homeostasis the optimal response.
Besides these, fever, elevated serum markers of acute inflammation, and decreased radioactive iodine uptake on thyroid scan support the diagnosis of SAT.
Encephalitis is an acute inflammation of the brain resulting either from a viral infection or when the body's own immune system mistakenly attacks brain tissue.
Mohammed Abdulhussain Jaafar Al-Farhan developed chronic kidney inflammation in 2008 and suffered from an acute inflammation of the nervous system since 2006, causing his physical disability over the last two years.
He said Moni had also developed cellulitis, an acute inflammation of the skin.
Acute inflammation is usually a self-limited life preserving response, triggered by pathogens and/or traumatic injuries.
Our literature search struggled to find a similar case with concurrent acute inflammation without haemoperitoneum.
Acute retropharyngeal tendonitis (calcific tendonitis of the longus colli), initially described by Hartley in 1964, is an acute inflammation condition of the longus colli tendon, which is related to calcium hydroxyapatite deposition in the superior oblique fibers of the longus colli muscles.
pylori infection was diagnosed in 59 (72%) persons, acute inflammation in 81 (90%), chronic inflammation in 77 (87%), metaplasia in 29 (35%), and atrophy in 11 (16%).
Other blood parameters indicative of acute inflammation likewise decreased with Pycnogenol, such as fibrinogen (lowered 37%) and reactive oxygen species (lowered by 30%).
Although, as expected, the risk associated with CRP in relation to short-term mortality was substantially higher than with long-term mortality, our data indicate that acute inflammation also has a strong association with long-term outcome, in contrast to the popular findings about low-grade chronic inflammation.
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