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What is the difference between inflammation and edema?

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jcolson 5 July 2015

Edema is when parts of the body swell because adnormal accumulation of fluid in the body tissues. inflammation is a response to injury in which an affeced area becomes, red and painful, and congested with blood. Edema is when parts of the body swell because adnormal accumulation of fluid in the body tissues. inflammation is a response to injury in which an affeced area becomes, red and painful, and congested with blood.

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