uninflamed

uninflamed

(ˌʌnɪnˈfleɪmd)
adj
(Medicine) (of a body part, organ, or tissue) not inflamed
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Histological examination of tissues had revealed characteristic finger-like projections of tissue lined by an increased number of squamous cells and by the uninflamed fibrovascular core containing small blood vessels with conserved cellular orientation and normal differentiation without signs of cytological atypia (Figure 2).
35) However, CCR10 is largely absent from the T cells in uninflamed skin; (33,36) hence, the CCL17/CCR10 axis appears to be important for T cell migration into inflamed skin but not for the constitutive T cell migration into normal skin.
In human colonic biopsies from IBD patients, WISP1 relative expression was found to be markedly increased in inflamed colons compared with uninflamed tissues.
d) Relative expression of WISP1 in intestinal mucosa from inflamed and uninflamed intestinal mucosa from the same patients with IBD (n = 13).
beta]-defensins 1 and 2 (hBD-1 and hBD-2) (Figure 3) are found in normal, uninflamed gingival tissues as part of the innate host defense mechanism.
Additionally, the contained perforation ensured uninflamed proximal and distal margins after sigmoid colectomy allowing for primary anastomosis.
Bacteriology of inflamed and uninflamed epidermal inclusion cyst.
To test further our hypothesis of the immunopathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis, we isolated gamma-G from rheumatoid serum and injected a few milligrams of this into an uninflamed knee joint of the patient from whom the serum was obtained.
Peritonitis may arise from rupture of a peridiverticular abscess or free rupture of an uninflamed diverticulum.
Previous studies have shown that aqueous lidocaine is ineffective on uninflamed tympanic membrane.
The prosecutor, as surrogate for the interests of the state, is supposed to consider justice in an uninflamed, long-term, social sense.