Inflammation - Examples

Examples

Inflammation is usually indicated by adding the suffix "-itis", as shown below. However, some conditions such as asthma and pneumonia do not follow this convention. More examples are available at list of types of inflammation.

  • Acute appendicitis

  • Acute dermatitis

  • Acute infective meningitis

  • Acute tonsillitis

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