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a local defect, or excavation, of the surface of an organ or tissue that is produced by the sloughing (shedding) of inflamed necrotic tissue

Ulcer

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Ulceration only occurs (2)

when there is tissue necrosis and resultant inflammation exist on or near a surface.

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ulcers are common in:

mouth, stomach, intestines, genitourinary tract, the skin

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In what type of ulcer does both acute and chronic inflammation occur?

peptic ulcers

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Special types of inflammation
combination of necrosis and bacterial infection

gangrenous or necrotising

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Accumulation of fluid in bodily cavities is called

effusion

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Pus accumulates in preformed cavities:

empyema

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The surface epithelium becomes necrotic  plasma exudates from the submucosal vessels onto the necrotic surface, its fibrinogen content coagulates, and encloses the necrotic epithelium  pseudomembrane

what type of inflammation according to location

pseudomembrane

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