Tag: Coagulative necrosis

Necrosis

Necrosis

Necrosis Necrosis is death of tissue or cells. Coagulative necrosis This is the most common form of necrosis and occurs in all organs. Cells retain their shape as cell proteins coagulate and metabolic activity stops. Digestion by macrophages may cause the tissue to become soft. Histologically there is progressive loss of staining. The presence of […]

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