Trigger the healing process,A crucial step that leads to the
restoration of the damage tissue.
Loss of Function
when blood vessels are dilated, or enlarged and is the cause
to redness and heat in inflamation
blood vessels dilate (increase in diameter) in tissue damaged area
Blood flow slow in area Inflammation
Leukocytes, or White Blood Cells
When the levels of collagen production and degradation equalize, the maturation phase of tissue repair is said to have begun.
White Blood Cell
When WBC (phagocytes - both nutrophils and moncytes) are
moving through the tissue to the site of injury / ped=foot = to walk
The passage of leukocytes, or white blood cells through the
movement in response to the presence of a chemical
White Blood Cell engulfing bacteria, digest, and releacing
exces material to be recycle
Phagocytosis and Destruction
Phagocytosis - cellular eating
Functions Of Leukocytes (Bactericidal)
Functions Of Leukocytes (Phagocytosis)
The target and killing it
They are just white blood cells that use Phagocytosis to kill "foreign" objects in the blood ...
Production of Mediators
by human gingival fibroblasts following bacterial challenge.
**The role of the Chemical Mediators of Inflammation?
Chemical that manage the steps of Inflammation
Derive from Plasma or by local production from
Function is tightly regulated
Vessels stop leaking
Removal of Macrophages
Abscess (scarring or fibrosis)
local collection of pus buried in tissue
Ulcer (scarring or fibrosis)
erosion or sloughing of necrotic tissue
Fistula (scarring or fibrosis)
an abnormal passage between organs or organs to surface