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It was Red-Eye, swaggering down the centre of the run-way and scowling fiercely with his inflamed eyes.
(4,6) Therefore, it is not surprising to find these distinctive bipyramidal-shaped crystals within inflamed nasal tissue and paranasal sinus contents in patients with allergic rhinitis (figure 1).
When the menisci get torn, they can roll up and get caught inside the knee, causing it to lock up or just be painful and inflamed. Fortunately, the leg can function without the menisci, so they can be partially or fully removed; but lack of a meniscus can cause arthritis later.
On admission, his body temperature was 39.5[degrees]C; his right laterocervical lymph nodes were enlarged (3 cm x 4 cm) and inflamed. Blood values were unremarkable except for an elevated C-reactive protein level of 150 mg/L (normal<6).
As the fisticuffs continued, he fired a warning shot in the air, but rather than calming the melee it further inflamed the angry interlopers, at least two of whom turned on Rivera.
It will come as a surprise to no one that the press of the day inflamed the situation by printing exaggerations and outright lies.
Following the events of September 11, 2001, the media has ignited the flames of hatred and inflamed sentiments against Islam.
But one thing is certain: it has inflamed and aggravated every aspect of the Kosovar-Serbian conflict to a level unimaginable a mere three months ago, not least of which is the economic destruction.
* Pain related to recent knee surgery and inflamed toenails
Sometimes the pouches become infected and inflamed, a more serious condition known as diverticulitis.
The medical term for inflamed lips is cheilitis and it's usually due to mild irritation.
Following the onset of arthritis in the rats, however, these fibres began to sprout into the inflamed skin over the joint and wrap around the pain-sensing nerve fibres instead.