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1. Tissue a collection of cells that share a similar structure and are organized to perform a specific function 1. Epithelial tissue
form the insulating sheath on neurons in the central nervous system 2. Microglia move so that they can locate and destroy damaged tissue and invading cells and organisms 3. Astrocytes
lines the closed cavities of the body 3. Synovial membrane lines the skeletal joints, tendons, and bursa 4. Cutaneous membrane
4. Pain the inflammatory exudates, especially the chemicals released by the injured cells, result in pain. The pain may help to protect the site by telling the organism to give attention and to be careful with it 1. Age
the improved circulation that comes with exercise helps to deliver oxygen, nutrients, and other resources required for healing for healing to the wound 1. Hemorrhage the loss of a large amount of blood in a short caused by failure of open blood vessels to adequately clot or to remain sealed 2. Sinus
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