acute inflammation

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acute inflammation

[ə′kyüt in·flə′mā·shən]
(medicine)
Severe inflammation with rapid progress and pronounced symptoms.
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3) Chronic disease with active inflammation (overlapping features of 1 and 2): Active inflammation with thickened bowel wall showing both increased T2 signal and retained contrast on T1W images.
There's active inflammation going on inside the joint which could be an infection but more likely an auto-immune reaction like rheumatoid arthritis.
These enhanced lesions are indicative of active inflammation.
She's showing no signs of active inflammation or an allergy like redness, dryness or peeling and the surface looks too smooth in most areas.
The results: their MRIs showed no new areas of brain damage and no active inflammation.
Ventricular arrhythmias and recurrent syncope are signs of a "hot phase" and may be associated with active inflammation.
Administration of each of the four compounds was associated with increased incidences of several nonneoplastic changes in the exocrine pancreas, including cytoplasmic vacuolation, chronic active inflammation, atrophy, and arteritis.
Values of hs-CRP >15 mg/L (~99th percentile) likely indicate active inflammation or the presence of an alternative chronic inflammatory condition.
It may not be effective unless there's evidence of active inflammation.
Significantly reduce oxidative stress which plays a role in psoriasis as possible marker of active inflammation
Active inflammation was diagnosed using MRI based on increased signal intensity within the bowel wall and in the surrounding fatty tissue.