inflammatory tissue

inflammatory tissue

[in′flam·ə‚tȯr·ē ′tish·ü]
(medicine)
Tissue characterized by exudation or cell proliferation caused by trauma.
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Jane Salmon (Hospital for Special Surgery, New York) on an anti-inflammatory pathway triggered by the nervous system that could potentially be harnessed to suppress inflammatory tissue damage in lupus.
Of the 7 inflammatory tissue samples, 3 were from women and 4 were from men 19-84 years of age (mean 52 years).
Similar inflammatory tissue processes are also involved in the pathogenesis of hypertension.
Ethmoid opacification was seen, and she underwent functional endoscopic sinus surgery, which revealed inflammatory tissue in the right ethmoid.
This reference presents an overview of recent research on methods to combat oxidative stress and inflammatory tissue damage, including the use of natural antioxidants for disease prevention.
He underwent two heart operations in 1996 to unblock a narrowing artery, and had in the past also received treatment to remove chronic inflammatory tissue from the wall of his bladder.
Diets that contain high levels of omega-6 fats have been associated with chronic ailments, like heart disease, arteriosclerosis, diabetes, and inflammatory tissue disorders, such as certain types of arthritis.
ABSTRACT: Empyema necessitatis is a collection of inflammatory tissue that ruptures spontaneously through a weakness in the chest wall into surrounding soft tissues.
The combination allows targeting of different pathophysiologic factors, creating an additive effect on inflammatory tissue with clearing occurring much faster, Dr.
Within a few days the lesions on her eyelids developed into crater-like ulcers, which were surrounded by inflammatory tissue and were later covered by thick black crusts; and sedema and erythema developed on the right side of her face.
We performed surgery via a left sublabial approach and removed granulation tissue from the anterior wall of the maxillary antrum and inflammatory tissue from the antrum.
6,13] In the larynx, hypopharynx, and ear canal, they can mimic hemangiomas, angiofibromas, and inflammatory tissue.