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Definition of 'inflammation'

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The incurable condition is caused by inflammation blocking intestines. The Sun (2016)Stress can also cause harmful inflammation in the body. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Healthy teeth and gums reduce bad mouth bacteria that cause the tissue swelling or inflammation. The Sun (2016)Drugs that block key enzymes involved in tissue inflammation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's said to reduce inflammation and scarring. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another likely cause is inflammation of your Achilles tendon. The Sun (2016)Experts said it is a myth that eggs are bad for the heart - and in fact they may reduce inflammation that can trigger disease. The Sun (2016)They also look to the future and make contingency plans'There is a direct biological impact of optimism, it reduces inflammation and increase antioxidants. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They can also cut inflammation within the body. The Sun (2014)There is payback from drugs as the pain and the inflammation are there for a reason. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They also reduce inflammation in the artery. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The bacteria set up infection and inflammation as they feed on the grease and dead skin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My doctor said it was probably tissue inflammation and gave me antibiotics. The Sun (2013)Long-term use can lead to inflammation of the liver. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The aim is to reduce inflammation and pain and to treat any underlying condition. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Studies also show chicken soup can help reduce inflammation. The Sun (2013)One theory is caffeine reduces inflammation which fuels diseases. The Sun (2015)It increases blood flow to muscles and reduces inflammation. The Sun (2012)Tennis elbow is caused by inflammation where the forearm muscles attach to the outer edge of the elbow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This damage causes inflammation and pain. The Sun (2010)Tennis elbow is caused by inflammation of the muscles of the forearm and their attachments at the outer edge of the elbow. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It can cause much painful inflammation with blisters, weeping and cracking. The Sun (2008)They can help reduce inflammation in the body, hence helping it heal itself. The Sun (2013)It could be an infection or inflammation, so you must see a doctor. The Sun (2011)That may just mean mild skin inflammation causing redness and swelling, which needs antibiotics. The Sun (2012)C1 helps control inflammation in the body, and a lack of it can be highly damaging. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As this sensation is only recent, it is likely to be caused by inflammation or infection. The Sun (2011)On the other hand, it could be caused by infection or inflammation of the neck of your womb. The Sun (2010)They said that as asthma is an inflammatory condition, ozone may worsen it and cause inflammation throughout the body. The Sun (2013)

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Translations for 'inflammation'

British English: inflammation /ˌɪnfləˈmeɪʃən/ NOUN
An inflammation is a swelling in your body that results from an infection or injury.
...an inflammation of the liver.
  • American English: inflammation
  • Arabic: التِهَابٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: inflamação
  • Chinese: 炎症
  • Croatian: upala
  • Czech: zánět
  • Danish: betændelse
  • Dutch: ontsteking infectie
  • European Spanish: inflamación
  • Finnish: tulehdus
  • French: inflammation
  • German: Entzündung
  • Greek: φλεγμονή
  • Italian: infiammazione
  • Japanese: 炎症
  • Korean: 염증
  • Norwegian: betennelse
  • Polish: zapalenie
  • European Portuguese: inflamação
  • Romanian: inflamație
  • Russian: воспаление
  • Latin American Spanish: inflamación
  • Swedish: inflammation
  • Thai: การอักเสบ
  • Turkish: yangı
  • Ukrainian: запалення
  • Vietnamese: sự viêm nhiễm

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