By D. C. Dumonde (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Helmuth Deicher, Professor Dr. med. vet. DDr.h.c. Leo-Clemens Schulz (eds.)
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On the other hand, there are no differences with respect to leucin incorporation and protein contents. In contrast to severe infectious arthritis with its severe microbeleucocytic destruction and suppurative, disintegrating tendency of the neutrophils, this microbially persistent chronic polyarthritis shows only slight but visible primary cartilaginous degradation after bacterial settlement. No purulent desintegration of neutrophils occurs. The simultaneous settlement of the microbes in the synovialis makes it difficult to define whether early pannus formation is a reactive, reparative tendency of the cartilage surface, or whether the transformed synovial tissue develops its own 20 Histochemistry (lysosom.
Arthritis: Models and Mechanisms by D. C. Dumonde (auth.), Professor Dr. med. Helmuth Deicher, Professor Dr. med. vet. DDr.h.c. Leo-Clemens Schulz (eds.)