The inflammatory reaction to injury begins with a dilation of blood vessels and an increased blood flow. This is accompanied by an increased permeability of vessel walls, which leads to the escape of a protein-rich fluid into the interstitial spaces. The fluid is an exudate, forced out of the vessel by increased pressure and leakiness. Serous, Fibrinous and Suppurative inflammation are all manifestations of a spectrum of increased vascular permeability caused by inflammation.
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