immediate and brief vasoconstriction of the blood vessels in the injured area; they quickly dilate; redness, warmth
yes it does if you want you can go to a local pharmacy or drug store and look at ibuprofen and it says anti inflamatory
Shauna M. Dauphinee has written: 'Endothelial dysfunction and inflammation' -- subject(s): Diseases, Physiopathology, Vascular endothelium, Pathophysiology, Inflammation, Pathology, Endothelial Cells, Vascular Endothelium, Cardiovascular system
If the mucosa vascular pattern of the sigmoid colon has increased, this means there is inflammation, which is causing swelling. Usually there are no signs and symptoms of this. However, if there is, your doctor that diagnosed you with it, can help you.
TNF blockers are used to inhibit inflammation in people who suffer from TNF or tumor necrosis factor. Vascular calcification does not appear in the side effects that may occur from taking a TNF blocker.
It is vascular since it is a conifer!!!
A peach tree is a vascular plant.
Vascular because it has a vascular gland. :)