necrotic inflammation

ne·crot·ic in·flam·ma·tion

, necrotizing inflammation
usually an acute inflammatory reaction in which the predominant histologic change is fairly rapid necrosis that occurs diffusely or extensively in relatively large foci throughout the affected tissue, frequently with only little or no evidence of cells in the exudate.

ne·crot·ic in·flam·ma·tion

, necrotizing inflammation (nĕ-krot'ik in'flă-mā'shŭn, nek'rō-tīz-ing)
An acute inflammatory reaction in which the predominant histologic change is rapid necrosis that occurs diffusely or extensively throughout the affected tissue.
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BDP is a topically active glucocorticoid with low systemic bioavailability that preferentially blocks necrotic inflammation in the intestinal mucosa.