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Chapter 2: Inflammation

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2-7 wound healing

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-6 autoimmune disorders

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-5 primary immunodeficiency

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-4 chronic inflammation

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-3 inflammation

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-2 inflammation

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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2-1 inflammation

1. INFLAMMATION A. Allows inflammatory cells, plasma proteins (e.g., complement), and fluid to exit blood vessels and enter the interstitial space B. Divided into acute and chronic inflammation ACUTE INFLAMMATION I. BASIC PRINCIPLES A, Characterized by the presence of edema and neutrophils in tissue (Fig. 2.1 A) B, Arises in …

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