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What will happen to the tissues when injured or diseased?

What will happen to the tissues when injured or diseased?

Upon tissue injury, damaged cells release inflammatory chemical signals that evoke local vasodilation, the widening of the blood vessels. Increased blood flow results in apparent redness and heat. In response to injury, mast cells present in tissue degranulate, releasing the potent vasodilator histamine.

What will happen if one of your organs is injured?

In cases where hollow organs are cut or penetrated during surgery, the contents of the organ are likely to leak (blood, urine, faeces, stomach acid) and may cause inflammation and internal bleeding, as well as infection. Some forms of internal organ damage can be fatal without immediate surgery.

In what ways are the function of the organ system of plants similar to those of animals?

Plant Organ Systems In plants, just as in animals, similar cells working together form a tissue. When different types of tissues work together to perform a unique function, they form an organ; organs working together form organ systems.

What does tissue damage feel like?

When soft tissue is damaged, there is usually immediate pain along with immediate or delayed swelling (excessive swelling can slow the healing process – see treatment below). Stiffness is also very common as a result of the trauma and swelling. Bruising may also develop after 24-48 hours.

Can a damage tissue repair itself?

While a few types of tissue injury (such as minor paper cuts) can sometimes be healed in such a way that no permanent damage remains, most of our tissue repair consists of both regeneration and replacement.

How do you know if you have internal organ damage?

Internal bleeding in your chest or abdomen shortness of breath. chest pain. dizziness, especially when standing. bruising around your navel or on the sides of your abdomen.

Which organ is most commonly injured in blunt abdominal trauma?

For blunt trauma injuries, the liver is the most commonly affected, followed by the spleen. The liver, as the largest organ, is more liable to injury.

What organ is the xylem tissue part of?

xylem, plant vascular tissue that conveys water and dissolved minerals from the roots to the rest of the plant and also provides physical support. Xylem tissue consists of a variety of specialized, water-conducting cells known as tracheary elements.

What type of storage organ is a carrot?

Storage taproot — e.g. carrot.

How is tissue damage treated?

Treatment involves rest, compression, elevation, and anti-inflammatory medicine. Ice may be used in the acute phase of injury to reduce swelling. Injections may be needed if pain and swelling persist.

What are the signs and symptoms of soft tissue injuries?

Common Symptoms of Soft Tissue Injuries

  • A lump or knot at the site of the injury.
  • Inability to bear weight.
  • Joint instability.
  • Limited range of motion.
  • Muscle cramping or spasms.
  • Muscle weakness.
  • Pain.
  • Swelling.