Inflammation Acute,Leukocyte,Phagocytosis

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**Inflammation

Trigger the healing process,A crucial step that leads to the
restoration of the damage tissue.

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Heat

calor/warm

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Redness

Rubor/red

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Vaso

Vessel
Blood Vein

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Swelling

Tumor

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Pain

Dolor

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Loss of Function

Functio Laesa

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Vasoconstriction

when blood vessels are dilated, or enlarged and is the cause
to redness and heat in inflamation

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Vasodilation

blood vessels dilate (increase in diameter) in tissue damaged area

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Stais

Blood flow slow in area Inflammation

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Margination

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.

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Leukocyte Activity

White Blood Cell

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Diapedesis

When WBC (phagocytes - both nutrophils and moncytes) are
moving through the tissue to the site of injury / ped=foot = to walk

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Emigration

The passage of leukocytes, or white blood cells through the
vessel wall

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Chemotaxis

movement in response to the presence of a chemical

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Phagocytosis

White Blood Cell engulfing bacteria, digest, and releacing
exces material to be recycle

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Phagocytosis and Destruction

Engulfment
Phagocytosis - cellular eating

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Functions Of Leukocytes (Bactericidal)

Kills Bacteria

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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 ...

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Production of Mediators

by human gingival fibroblasts following bacterial challenge.

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**The role of the Chemical Mediators of Inflammation?

Chemical that manage the steps of Inflammation
Derive from Plasma or by local production from
cell
Function is tightly regulated

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Complete Resolution(outcome)

Vessels stop leaking
Removal of Macrophages

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Abscess (scarring or fibrosis)

local collection of pus buried in tissue

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Ulcer (scarring or fibrosis)

erosion or sloughing of necrotic tissue

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Fistula (scarring or fibrosis)

an abnormal passage between organs or organs to surface