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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During active inflammation (stiffness, pain, swelling, redness) rest is recommended for some time.
However, this was true for subjects with periodontitis only, having active inflammation. This may be due to the fact that DBP provides increased amount of 25(OH) D to the kidney to be converted into 1,25(OH)2D.
Also, in patients with active inflammation at baseline, resolution was achieved in more than two-thirds of those treated with XIPERE across three commonly used measures of inflammation: vitreous haze, anterior chamber cells and anterior chamber flare.
Postcontrast images are helpful, mainly for differentiating postoperative changes and chronic granulation or fibrotic tissue from active inflammation and abscess formation (3).
Longitudinal MRE evaluation is important to confirm improvement of active inflammation and to evaluate for the presence of unmasked chronic fibrotic disease.
Dysplasia, intestinal metaplasia, calcification, and chronic active inflammation were also found (Figure 3).
Moreover, her histology analysis showed severe active inflammation and ulceration extending into the deep portions of the mucosa, as well as superficial muscularis propria.
Several studies have suggested that a higher degree of chronic active inflammation in the gastric mucosa is associated with H.
The assessment of bleeding on probing (BOP) may be reflective to an active inflammation of periodontal tissue [21].
(a) Synovial hypertrophy of right second MTP joint (arrow); (b) increased Doppler signal indicating active inflammation; (c) synovial hypertrophy of right third MTP joint (arrow); (d) increased Doppler signal indicating active inflammation.
The main clinical outcome measures were resolution of active inflammation, changes in BCVA expressed in LogMAR units, changes in central macular thickness measured by OCT, adverse drug reactions, and the rate of recurrence of the inflammation during follow-up.
Baseline gene expressions of IL-17A and IL-22 were higher in mucosal areas with active inflammation compared to noninflamed mucosal areas in the same individual (p = 0.008 and p = 0.03, resp., Figure 1(a)).