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Inflammation

Meta Description: Inflammation is sometimes manifested as fever and symptoms such as anorexia and malaise, locally as redness, warmness, swelling and pain in the affected area. Though inflammation was closely linked to the immune system it was an independent system. Inflammation is a functional manifestation of innate immunity, whose immunocompetent cells include monocytes/ macrophages, dendritic cells, neutrophils in a broad sense, and humoral factors such as chemokines.

 
Inflammation is sometimes manifested as fever and symptoms such as anorexia and malaise, locally as redness, warmness, swelling and pain in the affected area. Pathological changes at a local inflammatory site irrespective of the organ, are infiltration by inflammatory cells such as neutrophils in the acute phase and mononuclear cells in the chronic phase, tissue edema, and a mixture of tissue destruction and fibrosis in longstanding inflammation. 
 
Inflammation has been considered to be a nonspecific and unsophisticated system and to play only a bridging role in the activation of the more specific and sophisticated adaptive immune system. Though inflammation was closely linked to the immune system it was an independent system. Inflammation is a functional manifestation of innate immunity, whose immunocompetent cells include monocytes/ macrophages, dendritic cells, neutrophils in a broad sense, and humoral factors such as chemokines.
 
 
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