Sequelae of acute inflammation

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Sequelae of acute inflammation
  • Resolution. Restoration of tissue to normal. Likely if minimal tissue damage, rapid destruction of causal agent, rapid removal of exudates by good vascular drainage, and organ with restorative capacity, e.g. liver.
  • Suppuration: formation of pus.
  • Organization: replacement by granulation tissue .
  • Chronic inflammation.

Category: Pathology

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