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The cells of phagocytosis are the type of cell that has the ability to ingest foreign particles. It engulfs foreign bodies by extending its cytoplasm. Most phagocytes involved in acute inflammation are the neutrophils, a type of white blood cell that contains granules of cell-destroying enzymes...Read More

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The 5 cardinal signs of inflammation are Calor, rubor, tumor, dolor, functio laesa

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The inflammatory process starts with an injury.

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If someone has an abscess, this means that they are a raised area on the skin that is filled with pus or other debris. It is tender to the touch and may be very painful. Typically, a health care worker will drain the pus out of the abscess. Abscesses can be found anywhere on or in the bod...Read More

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Release of hydrlases from neutrophils,hydrolases are released from lysozome

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Its false. It recognises the foreign antigen using pattern recognition receptors

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You have to mention if there is a membrane or no tso it will not get confused with empyema

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B is the answer to this question. There are instances when the leukocytes will start to attach themselves to the linings of the capillaries. There are always different signs that inflammation is taking place. The most obvious symptom is redness in the area. Another symptom is the change in...Read More

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Why not vasodilation? Because the vessel has to be dilated so that more blood can flow

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