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8,062 Possible Causes for Proliferation

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    We stimulated peripheral blood mononuclear cells with phytohemagglutinin to measure T-cell proliferation, sensitivity to the inhibitory effects of steroids, and cytokine production[] They wash off proliferating viruses from the throat into the stomach where they cannot survive, proliferate or do any harm.[] The body requires an efficient lymphatic drainage system to rapidly clear foreign antigenic material from the respiratory system, and to dispose of proliferating bacterial[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) had infected both CD19- and CD8-positive cells, and clonal proliferation of EBV-infected cells and T-cells was detected.[] Monoclonal proliferation of EBV-infected cells was detected in the PBMCs by Southern blotting for EBV-terminal repeat (EBV-TR).[] Histologically, in one case, the tonsil showed diffuse proliferation of medium-sized lymphocytes.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    They have been suggested to suppress proliferation of pathogenic microorganisms and to modulate immune function.[]

  • Sunburn

    Sometimes the cells with sun-caused mutated DNA do turn into problem cells, however, that do not call it quits and keep proliferating as cancers.[]

  • Otitis Media

    […] histiocytosis (LCH) is a rare disease ranging from a benign to a rapidly fatal condition affecting young children predominantly, and is characterized by an abnormal clonal proliferation[] Pathologically, the ear showed a marked paucity of the normal vascular proliferation associated with an inflammatory reaction.[]

  • Pneumonia

    She underwent surgical lung biopsy that revealed inflammatory infiltrate, macrophage desquamation, fibroblasts proliferation and fibrin deposition in the alveolar spaces,[] Infective pneumonia: the infection and inflammatory response of the lungs and bronchial tubes when bacteria or a virus enters the lung and proliferates can occur through inhaling[] How strong someone’s immune system is largely determines whether or not these organisms have the chance to spread, proliferate and cause an acute lung infection, which is[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Once adherence has occurred, the streptococci resist phagocytosis, proliferate, and begin to invade the local tissues. [11] GAS show enormous and evolving molecular diversity[] […] factors for GAS organisms to cause infection include suppression of the immune system (see above), open wounds or wound packing, or tampons that may promote GAS survival and proliferation[] These antigens induce a marked febrile response, induce proliferation of T lymphocytes, and induce synthesis and release of multiple cytokines, including tumor necrosis factor[]

  • Sinusitis

    Proliferation of maxilloturbinate mesenchyme between these grooves results in an outpouching of tissue medially into the nasal lumen.[] The bacteria become trapped in all of the nooks and crannies and proliferate.[] Development of paranasal sinuses During the third week of embryonic development, proliferation and medial migration of ectodermal cells form the notochord.[]

  • Skin Infection

    A bacterial infection is a proliferation of a harmful strain of bacteria on or inside the body. Bacteria can infect any area of the body.[] The sweet and musty characteristic of yeast growth can sometimes be masked by or confused with regular body odors because they tend to proliferate near the underarms, groin[] They work by disrupting the processes necessary for bacterial cell growth and proliferation. It's important to take antibiotics exactly as prescribed.[]

  • Appendicitis

    Although early phase of acute appendicitis cannot induce systemic inflammatory responses, it may induce proliferation immature granulocyte before leukocytosis is occurred.[] Bacteria proliferate in the trapped space and infect the lining of the appendix.[] Chronic inflammation results in fibrofatty proliferation along the mesenteric side of the bowel wall, creating the "creeping fat" sign. 12 Over time, the chronic inflammatory[]

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