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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(18) The development of inflammatory tissue changes following trauma or irritation is often referred to as the Koebner phenomenon.
FAT10 is predominantly found in inflammatory tissue. In the researcher's view, it was an advantage that the marking system is destroyed along with the protein.
The presence of inflammatory tissue, fibrosis, neovascularization, and tissue regeneration in the tracheal defect of control and SIS group animals was compared.
Caption: Figure 4: Osthole protects against inflammatory tissue injury in LPS-induced ALI.
Ethibond suture has characteristics of both the lowest inflammatory tissue reaction and relatively high tension strength among nonabsorbable suture materials.
GST activity was increased significantly in a dose dependent manner with isoorientin (Figure 10) in both LPS treated RAW cells and carrageenan induced inflammatory tissue.
These disorders implicate disturbances of the immunological system with underlying inflammatory tissue injury.
Effect of age, impaction types and operative time on inflammatory tissue reactions following lower third molar surgery.
The two subsets of infiltrating macrophages coexist and exhibit distinct, and sometimes opposite, functions in many models of inflammatory tissue injury.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brainstem and internal auditory canals demonstrated a large amount of left middle ear and mastoid opacification consistent with inflammatory tissue.
Inflammatory tissue change should also be present.[sup.9,10] Definitive diagnosis requires bacterial cultures or histological identification of the microbiota in question.
Hook electrocautery opened the linear staple line; inflammatory tissue debrided and wound edges cauterized.