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

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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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Peribronchiolar, alveolar, and interstitial inflammation was apparent in all Cr(VI)-exposed mice, at all time points analyzed (Figure 2D-G).
In an animal study with experimental CaOX nephrolithiasis, production of chemoattractants leading to migration of monocytes and macrophages which can cause to localized interstitial inflammation and fibrosis to sites of interstitial crystal deposition were shown.
Histopathology of Idiopathic Bronchiolocentric Interstitial Pneumonia (IBIP), Airway-Centered Interstitial Fibrosis (ACIF), and Bronchiolitis Interstitial Pneumonia (BIP) Parameter IBIP ACIF BIP Bronchiolocentricity Yes Yes Yes Interstitial inflammation Yes, chronic Yes, sparse Yes, mild Extension to alveoli Yes Yes Yes Subpleural space Spared Not spared .
Typically, patients with HP show chronic inflammatory infiltration along small airways, diffuse interstitial inflammation mainly of lymphocytes, and scattered, small, non-necrotizing granulomas (14,25).
Biopsy at right lower lobe revealed chronic interstitial inflammation with fibrosis [Figure 1]e.
The residual interstitial inflammation is often observed in the recovery process of crescent glomerulonephritis and may exert adverse effects on the disease outcome.
Usual interstitial pneumonia: at low magnification, a patchwork pattern of honeycomb change with bronchiolar metaplasia associated with zones of normal lung and lung with interstitial inflammation was observed (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X40).
The exudative phase is characterized by hyaline membranes, interstitial and alveolar edema, alveolar capillary congestion, intracapillary neutrophil margination, interstitial inflammation, and microvascular thromboemboli.
An earlier biopsy obtained from one of the cases showed mild chronic interstitial inflammation, fibroblastic proliferation, and reactive pneumocytes.
Other frequent findings in sarcoidosis are concentric, lamellated fibrosis around granulomas (Figure 5, B), hyalinization of and within granulomas, granulomatous vasculitis,36,98 absence of granulomas within air spaces, absence of organizing pneumonia, and absence of interstitial inflammation away from the granulomas.
Airway-centered interstitial fibrosis is the term used by Churg et al (306) in 2004 to describe the histologic features of interstitial fibrosis that is centered around bronchioles, with associated peribronchiolar fibrosis extending into surrounding lung parenchyma, increased bronchiolar smooth muscle, and metaplastic bronchiolar epithelium (lambertosis), with little interstitial inflammation.
Some degree of interstitial inflammation is usually present, especially in areas of honeycomb change, but the very patchy inflammation is overshadowed by fibrosis as the dominant finding.
Increased interstitial inflammation should prompt suspicion for a superimposed infectious process.
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