1350: inflammation stages review EXAM 3
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Known as the "chemical" stage, what other name is it known by?
What happens in stage 1 during inflammation?
- Vascular & cellular response.
- --->hyperemia: release of chemical mediators
- 1) histamine: vasodilator, smooth muscle constriction.
2) Bradykinin: vasodilator, causes pain.
3) Prostaglandin: increase cell permeability & attracts WBCs.
-->movement of WBCs into tissue.
Known as the "fluid" stage of inflammation, what other name is it referred to?
What happens during stage II of inflammation?
What are the types..
Exudate production stage: fluid that escaped from dead cells.
- Types of exudate:
- -serous (clear)
- -sanguinous (bloody)
- -serosanguinous (clear&bloody)
- -purulent (white; pus)
AKA the "regenerate/repair" stage, what is this stage referred to and what occurs?
What is formed?
What is an indication of healing?
Repair phase where regeneration occurs.
Replacement of destroyed tissue.
Fibrous scar formation
Granulation (red/pink) tissue of newly formed capillaries
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