acute inflammation n.
Inflammation having a rapid onset and coming to a crisis relatively quickly, with a clear and distinct termination.
In acute inflammation caused by the direct action of poisonous irritants they are pronounced and highly diagnostic.
Diffused bright-red discolorations belong to acute inflammation, and are rarely seen in the chronic form.
acute inflammation of the brain, and inflammatory rheumatism are not unusual at that season.
The diet of an animal suffering from acute inflammation is a factor of the greatest importance.
He was suddenly attacked with acute inflammation of the eye.
General blood-letting, if had recourse to early, must prove of much benefit in acute inflammation of the liver.
Gout, gowt, n. an acute inflammation of the smaller joints, and esp.
Neither is the arachnoid often affected with acute inflammation, except as a secondary result.
As a result of obstruction in the circulation, acute inflammation of the cerebellum may take place.
In acute inflammation we find a thickening and a roughened appearance of the endocardium throughout the cavities of the heart.