Suppurative Inflammation

It is also called as lymphocytic inflammation. Suppurative is a term used to describe a disease or condition in which a purulent exudate (pus) is formed and discharged. Examples of such condition include appendicitis, arthritis, cerebritis, choroiditis, encephalitis, endophthalmitis, gastritis, gingivitis, hepatitis, hyalitis, mastitis, nephritis, pancreatitis, periodontitis, and phlebitis. Inflammation accompanied by pus formation is referred to as suppurating inflammation. In contrast, an inflammation not accompanied or characterized by suppuration is called nonsuppurative inflammation.

Related Journals of Suppurative Inflammation

Journal of Allergy and inflammation, Immunogenetics: Open Access, Infectious Diseases & Therapy, Immunome Research, Immunome Research, Clinical and Experimental Allergy Reviews, Clinical and Experimental Immunology, Clinical and Molecular Allergy, Clinical and Translational Allergy, Clinical Reviews in Allergy and Immunology.

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