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suffix angitis
designates an inflammatory process of a channel; particularly a bile duct or lymph vessel;ie cholangitis or lymphangitis
Adentitis
as a suffix or second word is used for inflamation of excretory or lymph glands; ie sialoadenitis (salivary gland), apocrine adentitis (sweat gland), lymphadenitis (lymph node)
Cystitis
designates inflammation of the urinary bladder, or used as a suffix to describe inflammation of the gall bladder, cholecystitis
skin, generic
dermatitis
skin, foot/scrotum
pododermatitis/scrotal dermatitis
skin, suppurative
pyoderma
skin, surface epithelium only
epidermitis
skin, sebaceous gland
sebaceous adenitis
skin, apocrine gland
apocrine adenitis
skin, hair follicle
folliculitis
skin, ruptured hair follicle
furuncle: for individual lesion
furunculosis: the process
subcutis
cellulitis or panniculitis
mammary gland
mastitis
mammary duct
galactophoritis
nipple
thelitis
eyelid
palpebritis
nailbed and claw
onychitis
coronary band
coronitis
corium of hoof
laminitis
anal sac
anal sculitis
joint
arthritis
joint and bone
osteoarthritis
knee joint
gonitis
tendon sheath
tenosynovitis
bone, generic
osteitis
bone, medullary cavity
osteomyelitis
periosteum
periostitis
endostium
endosteitis
vertbra
spondylitis
intervertebral disc
discospondylitis
muscle
myositis
fascia
fasciitis
nasal cavity
rhinitis
sinus
sinusitis, further defined by cavity name, ie maxillary sinusitis
pharynx
pharnygitis
larynx
laryngitis
eustachian tube
eustachitis
empyema
pus-filled natural cavity, guttural pouch is most common usage of the term
tracheainfilta
tracheitis
bronchi
bronchitis
bronchiole
bronchiolitis
lung
pneumonia: exudative
pneumonitis: infiltrative or dry exudative process
heart muscle
myodarditis
pericardium
pericarditis
epicardium
epiarditis
endocardium
endocarditis
heart valve
valvular endocarditis
vascular channel, generic
vasculitis
artery
arteritis
vein
phlebitis
lymph node
lymphangitis
lymphatic channel
lymphangitis
tonsil
tonsillitis
spleen
splenitis
thymus
thymusitis
ovary
oophoritis
fallopian tube
salpingitis
uterus, generic
metritis
uterus, endometrium
endometritis
uterus, muscle
myometritis
uterus, pus filled
pyometra
vagina
vaginitis
vulva
vulvitis
penis
balanitis
prepuce
posthitis, or with penis; balanoposthitis
testicle
orchitis
epidydymus
epidydymitis
seminal vesicle
seminal vesiculitis
prostate
prostatitis
kidney, generic
nephritis
kidney, glomerulus
glomerulonephritis
kidney, interstitium
interstitial nephritis
kidney, tubules and interstitiun
tubulo-interstitial nephritis
kidney, pelvis
pyelitis
kidney, pelvis and parenchyma
pyelonephritis
ureter
ureteritis
urinary bladder
cystitis
urethra
urethritis
lip
labiitis
cheek
cheilitis
mouth or oral cavity
stomatitis
gingiva
gingivitis
periodontium
periodontitis
tongue
glossitis
salivary gland
sialoadenitis
esophaagus
esophagitis
stomach
gastritis
intestine
enteritis;generic term, can use: duodenitis, jejunitis, ileitis or combine;ie gastroenteritis
cecum
typhlitis
colon
colitis
rectum
proctitis
liver
hepatitis
gall bladder
cholecystitis
bile ducts
cholangitis
pancreas
pancreatitis
conjunctiva
conjunctivitis
eye, generic
ophthalmitis
internal structures of the eye
endophthalmitis
all structures of the eye
panopthalmitis
cornea
keratitis
iris
iritis
uveal tract
uveitis or anterior uveitis
iris and ciliary body
iridocyclitis
choroid
choroiditis
retina
retinitis; often combined ie chorioretinitis
optic nerve
optic neuritis
eyelid
blepharitis
external ear canal
otitis externa
middle ear
otitis media
inner ear
otitis interna (or mastoiditis)
ear drum
tympanitis
brain
encephalitis
meninges
meningitis, often combinded as meningo-encephalitis
spinal cord
myelitis
nerve, generic
neuritis
spinal nerve roots
radiculoneuritis; if multiple affected, polyradiculoneuritis
ganglion
ganglionitis; or with nerve, ganglioneuritis
adrenal
adrenalitis
thyroid
thyroiditis
pituitary
adenohypophysitis or neurohypophysitis
pleura
pleuritis
perioneum
peritonitis
polyserositis
generalized inflammation including more than one or all the serous membranes, inc. joint, meninges, pleura, pericardium, and peritoeum
crop
ingluviitis
air sac
air saculitis
bursa of fabricius
bursitis
coelomic cavity
coelomitis
gill
brachyitis
hematemesis
vomiting blood
hemoptysis
coughing blood
hematochezia
bloody diarrhea
hyphema
blood in anterior chamber
hypopyon
pus in anterior chamber
epistaxis
bloody nose
inflammation
reaction of living tissue
defensive mechansim: innate immunity
stereotyped response
blood derived components
may be more harmful than inciting injury
inflammation, immunity and tissue repair are interrelated
cardinal signs of inflammation
heat; calor
redness; rubor
swelling; tumor
pain; dolor
loss of function; functio laesa
peracute
early onset
lasts hours
exudative, few cells
acute
onset in few hours
can last days
exudative with cell infiltration, primarily neutrophils
subacute
onset in days; can last into weeks
exudative changes diminished
cell infiltrate changes from neutrphilic to lymphoid cells and macrophages
chronic
onset days to weeks following injury
can last years
mononuclear infiltration, tissue regeneration, neovascularization and fibrosis
chronic-active
recurrent bouts of active inflammation superimposed on chronic inflammation
serous
thin fluid exudate
catarrhal
inflammation of a mucous membrane, with free discharge
fibrinous exudate
vascular exudant bad enough for fibrin to leave vascular
granulomatous exudate
macrophages
sclerosing
scar tissue
emphysematous
gas added
hemodynamic events of inflammation
arteriolar constriction; direct action of injurious stimulus on vessel wall & local neurogenic reflex with epineprine release
vasodilation and opening of capillary beds
increased hydrostatic pressure
slowingor stasis of blood flow
inflammation vasodilation sites and action of histamine and bradykinin
vasodilation: arterioles, precapillaries and effluent veins dilate
Histamine: acts on venules
bradykinin and some prostaglandins- relax vascular smooth muscle
hemodynamic events
__________&_________ lead to increased hydrostatic pressure
Increased hydrostatic pressure favors fluid _______ from ______ (____)
__________ & decreased blood flow occur due to loss of fluid from vasculature
hyperemia venous engorgement
efflux
vessels
edema
hemoconcentration