adhesive inflammation


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ad·he·sive in·flam·ma·tion

inflammation in which the amount of fibrin in the exudate is sufficient to result in a slight or moderate degree of adherence of adjacent tissues, as in healing by first intention.

ad·he·sive in·flam·ma·tion

(ad-hē'siv in'flă-mā'shŭn)
Inflammation in which the amount of fibrin in the exudate is sufficient to result in a slight or moderate degree of adherence of adjacent tissues, as in healing by first intention.

adhesive inflammation

Inflammation of the serous membrane, enhancing the likelihood of attachments.
See also: inflammation