Flashcards in Pathology Quiz 2 Deck (19):
What is hyperemia?
Increased blood flow in capillary in injured tissue
Will produce redness and heat
What is serous exudate?
Plasma fluids and proteins
WBC's migrate to periphery of blood vessel
WBC's stack and adhere to the blood vessel
What are the first to arrive at the site of injury?
What is the second cel in inflammatory response?
What is cell death?
What is the early phases of inflammation?
What are the systemic signs of inflammation?
Enlarged lymph nodes
What does the systemic inflammatory response do?
Increase WBC's to 10,000 to 30,000
What is leukocytosis?
Systemic inflammatory response
Increase in number of cells due to rapidly dividing cells
What is prostaglandins
Pain and redness and fever
Chemical mediator of inflammation
Highly specialized tissue has a lesser capacity for regeneration
5 local clinical signs of inflammation
1. Redness (rubor)
2. Heat (calor)
3. Swelling (tumor)
4. Pain (dolar)
5. Loss of normal tissue function (functio laesa)
Redness found during the inflammatory response is due to
Swelling is due to
Exudation of fluid
______ is caused by release of chemical mediators?
Heat and pain