inflammation[ in-fluh-mey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflammation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFLAMMATION
He was dying of inflammation of the liver, contracted in Senegal.
Well, there'd be some credit in being jolly, with a inflammation of the lungs.'
A week later he died, carried off by inflammation of the lungs.
Dimness of sight, arising from weakness or inflammation, is best relieved by frequent washing of the eyes with cold water.
In chronic diseases, especially those of the lungs, where there is no inflammation, a change of air is much to be recommended.
But inflammation was beginning, and the slightest jar gave him agony.
In pneumonia or inflammation of the lung-substance the process is different.
The pain of inflammation in any degree and of any kind is aggravated by them.
But every degree of inflammation has its particular product.
Is the inflammation subsiding, and are our pains diminished?