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The amount of acute inflammation (neutrophils) present was significant to the interpretation of atrophic vaginitis (P = .
19) examined the relationship between serum PSA levels and incidental prostatic in The authors evaluated prostate biopsy results from 175 men and observed that men with acute inflammation exhibited significantly higher ratios of free/total levels of serum PSA than did those with chronic inflammation or BPH.
pylori positivity was strongly associated with acute inflammation (adjusted prevalence ratio [aPR] 1.
In our study, patients within the highest category who had CRP concentrations >80 mg/L, which is indicative for acute inflammation, also had the highest cardiovascular mortality, suggesting that not only chronic but also acute inflammation might contribute to coronary events.
Komura underwent surgery in September last year after he was hospitalized for acute inflammation of the gallbladder.
It is also upregulated in other immunopathologic conditions, particularly in the setting of acute inflammation or Th1-mediated reactions (Physiol.
Experimental studies have shown the extract is more effective in chronic inflammatory situations than in acute inflammation models.
Surgeons like BHF Professor Sir Magdi Yacoub have thought for some time that if a heart is failing because of acute inflammation, it might be able to recover if rested," he said.
He said: "Surgeons like BHF Prof Sir Magdi Yacoub have thought for some time that if a heart is failing because of acute inflammation, it might be able to recover if rested.
Bronchoalveolar lavage revealed acute inflammation and hemosiderin pigment in macrophages.

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