Meaning of INFLAMMATION in English

INFLAMMATION

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

active

The scan score correlated with all laboratory tests generally accepted to reflect active gut inflammation except for the erythrocyte sedimentation rate.

This was characterised by moderate active chronic inflammation in the lamina propria.

Biopsies of the pouches of all these patients were reported as showing active chronic inflammation .

There are, however, experimental studies suggesting a relationship between active intestinal inflammation and permeability.

In the one patient in this series with this feature, there was marked active inflammation with expression of colonic phenotypic markers.

chronic

Again, biopsies showed only chronic inflammation .

Examples include patients with chronic infections, inflammation , malignancies, and liver disease.

This was characterised by moderate active chronic inflammation in the lamina propria.

Biopsies of the pouches of all these patients were reported as showing active chronic inflammation .

Biopsies showed chronic inflammation but no evidence of malignancy.

Doctors call this reaction chronic inflammation to distinguish it from the immediate, acute reaction or injury or allergy.

intestinal

In fact long term treatment causes small intestinal inflammation in 70% of patients.

There are, however, experimental studies suggesting a relationship between active intestinal inflammation and permeability.

■ VERB

cause

Gallstones are pebble-like lumps, usually made of cholesterol, causing inflammation of the gallbladder.

Such a deposition of urate crystals causes inflammation of the affected area and precipitates an arthritic attack. 206.

An extreme allergic reaction causes rapid inflammation .

Irritation can also be caused by inflammation such as when we suffer from a cold or allergy.

In fact long term treatment causes small intestinal inflammation in 70% of patients.

When tissue begins to react to the commensals causing inflammation , the process of colonisation has given way to infection.

Spermicides can cause an inflammation in some people and you should avoid their use if you do experience a reaction.

The virus causes inflammation of the liver, but the long-term prognosis is uncertain in any particular case.

show

Histological evaluation showed no signs of inflammation or dysplasia.

Again, biopsies showed only chronic inflammation .

Biopsies of the pouches of all these patients were reported as showing active chronic inflammation .

Biopsies showed heavy inflammation with loss of architecture and a few granulomata.

A gastroscopy showed a severe inflammation of the stomach and proximal duodenum.

Biopsies showed chronic inflammation but no evidence of malignancy.

One patient only showed significant inflammation in the proximal limb.

They were better, showing hardly any inflammation now.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The disease causes inflammation of the brain.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A festering inflammation on his foot kept him from joining the Capuchin order.

A viral inflammation of the vestibular nerve is the suspected cause.

Another patient had severe inflammation and numerous granulomata on histological examination of duodenal biopsies indicating Crohn's disease of the duodenum.

Doing so allows the inflammation to reoccur and an asthma attack can follow shortly.

One study found penile inflammation in one in seven uncircumcised children, but most problems resolved after a single medical consultation.

Such a deposition of urate crystals causes inflammation of the affected area and precipitates an arthritic attack. 206.

The one parent who was H pylori negative has histological evidence of mild inflammation .

The scan score correlated with all laboratory tests generally accepted to reflect active gut inflammation except for the erythrocyte sedimentation rate.

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