phlogistic


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phlogistic

(flō-jĭs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to phlogiston.
2. Of, relating to, or inducing inflammation or fever; inflammatory.
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Symptomatology is quite exuberant in these cases, where abrupt volumetric increase of the affected breast accompanied by phlogistic signs is reported.
Thus, this study investigated the effects of vitexin in acute inflammatory response after different phlogistic stimuli and the regulatory mechanisms upon pro-inflammatory mediators release and MAPK signaling pathways in macrophages.
Table 4 forwards results of Chi-square test and Fischer's exact test to verify whether there were any differences among hospitalized or not hospitalized patients according to the variables: prescription mode; annotation of phlogistic signs, dispensing at the right time; isolation.
The energy produced by the ESW therapy could form acoustics cavitation effect at the target region, da- maging the cell membrane of phlogistic fascia not the organelle, consequently, induce a therapeutic react- ion.
This phlogistic agent, when injected locally into a rodent paw, produces a severe inflammatory reaction, which is discernible within 30 min [48].
CT images (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)) showed spreading cellulitis on the right side of the face and cervicofacial areas with loss of nasobuccal substance and lytic-type osteostructural alteration on the right side of the hard palate with interruption of the cortical contour and, in part, of the alveolar process of the jaw in the first sextant; magnetic resonance imaging (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)) showed meningeal involvement and localizations in the cerebral parenchyma and aqueduct of Sylvius; a large amount of phlogistic tissue fills the Meckel's cavity and engulfs the intracavernous branches of the internal carotid artery.
Antiinflammatory activity was studied by hind paw oedema method using carrageenan as a phlogistic agent on Wistar rats.
Ward, "The phlogistic role of C3 leukotactic fragments in myocardial infarcts of rats," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
The autacoids serotonin (1 mg/mL), histamine (1 mg/mL), and prostaglandin [E.sub.2] (1 [micro]g/ mL) were employed as phlogistic agents.
Carrageenan-induced hind paw edema is the standard experimental model of acute inflammation; it is the phlogistic agent of choice for testing anti-inflammatory drugs as it is not known to be antigenic and is devoid of apparent systemic effects.
Each of these syndromes may manifest itself with more or less severe inflammatory signs and symptoms of varying frequency and duration, associated, from the laboratory point of view, with increased phlogistic parameters [5, 6] (Table 2).
In control animals, the sub plantar injection of carrageenan produced a local edema that increased progressively to reach a maximal intensity four hours after the injection of the phlogistic agent.