non-necrotizing granuloma

Non-necrotizing granulomatous inflammation

What does non-necrotizing granulomatous inflammation mean? Non-necrotizing granulomatous inflammation is a term pathologists use to describe a pattern of chronic (long-standing) inflammation. A granuloma is a small, round collection of specialized immune cells that stick together to both surround and remove a harmful agent from the body. The immune cells in a granuloma include lymphocytes, …
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In pathology, a granuloma is a specific form of chronic inflammation characterized by the accumulation of histiocytes, which are a type of immune cell. The histiocytes in a granuloma are described as epithelioid because they stick together like epithelial cells. Other types of immune cells commonly found in a granuloma include lymphocytes and multinucleated giant …
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