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inflame

(ĭn-flām′)
v. in·flamed, in·flaming, in·flames
v.tr.
To produce inflammation in (a tissue or organ).
v.intr.
To be affected by inflammation.

in·flam′er n.
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The herbal compound also contains Corn silk, a soothing demulcent on inflamed tissue and Couch grass, a tissue healer.
This disease occurs when the pancreas suddenly becomes inflamed and then gets better.
"The thioketal nanoparticles we designed are stable in both acids and bases and only break open to release the pieces of RNA in the presence of reactive oxygen species, which are found in and around inflamed tissue in the gastrointestinal tract of individuals with inflammatory bowel diseases," Nature quoted Niren Murthy at Georgia Tech and Emory University as saying.
(5) Sarcoidosis with external ear manifestations is exceedingly rare, but it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of an acutely inflamed external ear.
As you get older your tonsils diminish in size and are less likely to get inflamed.
Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease in which the lining of the colon (large bowel) and rectum becomes inflamed (see figure 1).
Any bursa can become inflamed, but bursitis most commonly occurs in the shoulder, elbow, knee (known as housemaid's knee, which I've had due to kneeling when gardening) or hip.
Thick or inflamed tympanic membranes required higher power settings and/or multiple pulses.
INFLAMED LIPS The medical term for inflamed lips is cheilitis and is usually due to mild irritation.
Washington, Dec.6 (ANI): Inflamed passions across India and Pakistan must be controlled to prevent another war between India and Pakistan.
When the bursa becomes inflamed, the Iliotibial Band itself becomes inflamed, and that inflammation registers as intense pain.
The new study suggests that instead of waiting for a donor organ, surgeons could perform the cell transplant and remove the inflamed pancreas early in the disease to spare patients months of suffering.