bacterial inflammation

bacterial inflammation

Etymology: L, bacterium + inflammare, to set afire
any inflammation that is part of a body's response to a bacterial infection.
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With its particularly favourable safety profile, Gynevac could, for the first time, offer an effective treatment or prevention of non-malignant prostate enlargement as well as inflammation and bacterial inflammation, virtually free of side effects.
After initially stabilising in hospital with antibiotics, the bacterial inflammation around Katie's brain suddenly cut off the blood supply due to the swelling from the infection, causing a massive area of it to die.
After initially stabilising in hospital with antibiotics, the bacterial inflammation around her brain suddenly cut off the blood supply due to the swelling from the infection, causing a massive area of her brain to die.
That the inflammatory response to microorganisms is a key event in these results reveals important 'tumor-suppressive' functions for Smad3 in T effector cells, T regulatory cells, and intestinal epithelial cells, all of which may normally limit the development of colon cancer in response to bacterial inflammation," said the researchers.