How does acute inflammation differ from that of chronic inflammation?

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How does acute inflammation differ from that of chronic inflammation?

Inflammation:

Inflammation is a major symptom of many diseases.

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Inflammation is the swelling of tissues in the body. Acute inflammation is sudden and relatively short term, while chronic inflammation is long term....

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The Inflammatory Response's Effect on the Entire Body

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Chapter 2 / Lesson 4
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This lesson will discuss two important roles systemic inflammation is involved in: fever and leukocytosis. It will also discuss the flip-side, two bad components of systemic inflammation: cachexia and anaphylactic shock.


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