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home:pathogenesis:microbiota:acute_infections [10.19.2018]
sallieq [Notes and comments]
home:pathogenesis:microbiota:acute_infections [02.08.2019] (current)
sallieq [Acute infections]
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 +The white blood cell count rises in cases of infection, steroid use and other conditions.
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 +The immune system responds to cues in the microenvironment to make acute and chronic adaptations in response to inflammation and injury. The therapeutic significance of adenosine-mediated effects on the immune system is discussed here.  (({{pubmed>​long:​21586357 }})) 
  
 The term acute infection is used to refer to microbe living inside a host for a limited period of time, typically less than six months. However, an abundance of research has emerged suggesting that acute infections have long-lasting effects, predisposing a person to later onset of chronic diseases. The term acute infection is used to refer to microbe living inside a host for a limited period of time, typically less than six months. However, an abundance of research has emerged suggesting that acute infections have long-lasting effects, predisposing a person to later onset of chronic diseases.
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