The process of acute inflammation is initiated by resident immune cells already
present in the involved tissue, ...
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Clinical examples of acute inflammation. • Chronic inflammation. – Clinical
examples of chronic inflammation. • Leukocyte activation and mechanisms of.
Clinically, acute inflammation is characterized by 5 cardinal signs: rubor (redness
), calor (increased heat), tumor (swelling), dolor (pain), and functio laesa (loss ...
Inflammation can be acute or chronic. When it is acute, it occurs as an immediate
response to trauma (an injury or surgery), usually within two hours.
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The Acute Inflammatory Process. Once hemostasis is established and the injury
communicated through protease activation of PAR, the inflammatory response ...
host defense—leukocytes and plasma proteins—to the site of injury. Acute
inflammation has three major components: (1) alterations in vascular caliber that
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This lesson teaches you about what occurs during acute inflammation. We'll
discuss the causes and impacts of inflammation and learn terms like...