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abnormal abscess acid activity acute inflammation Aetiology alveoli amyloid anaemia antibodies antigen arteries associated atheroma atrophy bacterial bile blood bone bronchioles cancer capillaries carcinoma cardiac cause cellular cerebral changes chromosomes chronic cirrhosis clinical common complications condition damage deficiency degeneration deposition dilatation disease disorders duct effects enzymes epithelial epithelium exudate factors failure fibres fibrin fibrosis fluid formation function genes glands growth haemolytic haemorrhage healing hepatic histological hormone hyperplasia hypertension immune important increased infarction infection infiltration inflammation inflammatory intestine ischaemia kidney lesions leukaemia liver lung lymph nodes lymphatics lymphocytes lymphomas macrophages malignant marrow mechanisms membrane metabolism muscle necrosis necrotic nerve neurones neutrophils normal nucleus obstruction occur oedema organs osteoblastic particularly pathological phagocytosis pigment plasma cells pressure production progressive proliferation protein pulmonary rare reaction red cells renal respiratory result secondary secretion skin spread surface syndrome thrombosis thrombus thyroid tract tumour ulcer uraemia usually vascular venous vessels virus