Index

Index

A

Abscess

from carious lesions

chronic

description of

development of

formation of

neutrophil effects

periapical. See Periapical abscess.

Accessory cells. See Antigen-presenting cells.

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

complex associated with

dementia complex

etiology of

full-blown

malignant tumors associated with

pathophysiology

risk factors

systemic effects

Actin

Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans

Active hyperemia

Acute exacerbation

Acute inflammation

acute phase proteins

acute phase response.See Acute phaseresponse.

chronic inflammation and, comparison

edema fluid accumulation

histamine effects

metabolic demands of

pain associated with

in pulpitis

systemic responses

Acute phase proteins

Acute phase response (APR)

definition of

description of

erythrocyte sedimentation rate monitoring of

proteins that regulate

Acute pyogenic osteomyelitis

Adhesion molecules

Adhesions

Age, effect on wound healing

Agglutination

Alpha1-antichymotrypsin

Alpha1-antitrypsin

Alpha2-macroglobulin

Amplification mechanisms

Anaerobic bacteria

Anaphylactic reaction, causes of

complement cascade

IgE-antibody response

Anaphylatoxins

basophil degranulation

biologic activities

complement component C3a

function of

types of

Anaphylaxis. See also Immediate-type hypersensitivity.

Angioedema, hereditary

Antibody. See also Immunoglobulins.

binding to antigen

definition of

formation of

in hypersensitivity reactions

immune system function

response duration

Antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC)

Antidromic stimulation

Antigenic determinants. See Epitopes.

Antigen-presenting cells (APC)

classification of

function of

immune system function

Antigen recognition units

description of

units

Antigens

antibody binding to

B-cell response

definition of

histocompatibility

hypersensitivity reactions and

major histocompatibility

recognition systems, of T and B cells

T-independent

transplantation

types of

Antioxidants

Antiproteinases

Apical granulomas. See Periapical granulomas.

Arachidonic acid

formation of

metabolic pathways of

cyclooxygenase

lipoxygenase

metabolites

leukotrienes. See Leukotrienes.

prostaglandins. See Prostaglandins.

Arteriole

Arthus reaction

description of

local

serum sickness reaction and, comparison

systemic

Aspirin, effect on platelets

Autoimmune disease

causes of

mechanism of action

types of

B

Bacteria

chronic inflammation and

in dental caries

digestion

killing

oxygen-dependent

oxygen-independent

in periapical lesions

in periodontal disease

phagocytosis. See Phagocytosis.

Basement membranes

Basophils

chemotactic factors

degranulation

description of

emigration of

mast cells and, similarities between

role in anaphylactic reactions

B cells

in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

activation of

polyclonal

antibody expression

antibody production

antigen recognition

description of

units

cytokine maturation of

differentiation of

formation of

life span

lymphomas

memory

in periapical granulomas

Blast transformation

Blood clotting

as part of fibrous repair

platelets. See Platelets.

Blood platelets. See Platelets.

Blood vessels. See also Venules.

formation

permeability increases.See Vascular permeability.

Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMP)

Bone wounds, healing of

callus formation

resorption

stages

tooth extraction wound

Bony callus

Bound fragments

Bradykinin

Bronchospasm

C

Cachectin

Cachexia

Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP)

Callus

Calor

Capillary

Capillary budding

Caries. See Dental caries.

Catalase

Cathepsin G

Cationic proteins

C3b inactivator

C3 convertase

in alternative pathway

in classic pathway

CD4+ T cells

acquired immunodeficiency syndrome effects

description of

proliferation of

recognition units

restriction fragment recognition

types of

CD8+ T cells

cytotoxic

perforin secretion

proliferation of

suppressor

Cell lysis, complement-dependent

Cell-mediated immunity

Cell recruitment

Cells. See specific cell.

Cellular immune response

Cellulitis

Ceruloplasmin

C1 esterase inhibitor

Chemical mediators

from arachidonic acid

in chronic inflammation

complement system. See Complement system.

cytokines

endogenous

exogenous

fibrinolytic system

histamine. See Histamine.

in immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions

kinin system

leukotrienes

neuropeptides

nitric oxide

overview

oxygen-derived free radicals

pain threshold and

platelet activating factor

properdin system

prostaglandins. See Prostaglandins.

serotonin

vascular permeability effects

Chemotactic factors

basophils

neutrophils

Chemotaxis

agents that activate

complement-dependent

complement-independent

function of

Chronic, definition of

Chronic hyperplastic pulpitis

Chronic inflammation

acute inflammation and

causative agents

foreign bodies

infectious

metabolic by-products

remnants of dead organisms

cells involved in

CD4+ T cells

eosinophils

epithelial cells

fibroblasts

macrophages

mast cells

neutrophils

characteristics of

chemical mediators

contributing factors

control of

criteria for

in dental caries

description of

development of

disease types

factors that cause persistence of

granulomatous

immune hypersensitivity and, relationship between

immune system and

maintenance of

pain and

parenchyma and

in pulpitis

repair and

tissue damage

tissue responses

Cicatrization, of wounds

Cirrhosis

Clotting. See Blood clotting.

Collagen

Collagenase

Collagen fibrils

Colony-stimulating factors (CSF)

Complement component C3

activation of

cleavage of

Complement component C3a

Complement component C3b

Complement component C4

Complement component C4a

Complement component C5

Complement component C5a

Complement component C5b

Complement component C6

Complement component C7

Complement component C8

Complement component C9

Complement system. See also specific component.

activation of

biologic activities

function of

hypersensitivity reactions and

pathways of

alternative

classic

self-amplification

Condensing osteitis

Contact dermatitis, delayed hypersensitivity nature of

Contact inhibition

Contraction, of wound

Corticosteroids

C-reactive protein (CRP)

Cyclic AMP

Cyclic GMP

Cyclooxygenase pathway, of arachidonic acid formation

Cysts, periapical

Cytokines

CD4+ secretion

description of

effect on nonsensitized T cells

immune response function of

interleukins. See specific interleukin.

macrophage production of

regulatory

release of

in tuberculin reaction

tumor necrosis factor

α

β

types of

Cytotoxic reactions

Cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL)

D

Debridement

Defensins

Degranulation

of basophils

definition of

of eosinophils

lysosomal enzyme leakage

of neutrophils

platelets

Delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH)

activation of

chronic inflammation and, relationship between

description of

types of

autoimmunity

contact dermatitis

graft rejection

graft-versus-host rejection

tuberculosis

Dendritic cells

Dental caries, pulpal response to

abscess formation

bacteria types

chronic hyperplastic pulpitis

dentinal sclerosis

hyperalgesia

inflammation

odontoblast injury

painful pulpitis

reactions that protect pulp

reparative dentin

Dentin

developmental

internal resorption of

reparative

secondary

Dentinal sclerosis

Dentinal tubules

Dentogingival junction

Diabetes mellitus, effect on wound healing

Diarrhea

Digestion, of bacterial products

Dolor

Dry socket

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