The granulomatous inflammatory response is a special type of chronic inflammation characterized by often focal collections of macrophages, epithelioid cells and multinucleated giant cells. Granulomas are masses of immune cells that form at sites of infection or inflammation. These severe infections can include skin or bone infections and abscesses in internal organs (such as the lungs, liver or brain).
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