Flashcards in GPHT LEC - Inflammation Additional Deck (8):
a local defect, or excavation, of the surface of an organ or tissue that is produced by the sloughing (shedding) of inflamed necrotic tissue
Ulceration only occurs (2)
when there is tissue necrosis and resultant inflammation exist on or near a surface.
ulcers are common in:
mouth, stomach, intestines, genitourinary tract, the skin
In what type of ulcer does both acute and chronic inflammation occur?
Special types of inflammation
combination of necrosis and bacterial infection
gangrenous or necrotising
Accumulation of fluid in bodily cavities is called
Pus accumulates in preformed cavities: