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Different types of necrosis

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zarihoda's version from 2015-05-19 08:49

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Coagulative necrosisNuclear changes indicate that the cell is clearly dead but
Liquefactive necrosisDead tissue becomes liquified - esp. when neutrophils are involved because they have enzymes which catabolise cellular components
Caseous NecrosisCheese like - macrophage response
Gangerous necrosis (dry)A form of coagulative necrosis, no blood supply thus no inflammatory reaction e.g. mastitis -bacterial infection
Gangerous necrosis (wet)Is caused by toxins, initially dry but blood and plasma has leaked in
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