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CELL INJURY   Causes of cell injury: Hypoxia: due to cardiorespiratory failure, anemia or carbon monoxide poisoning. Physical agents: e.g.: trauma, burns, deep cold, radiation or electricity. Chemical agents: including arsenic, cyanide, mercury, insecticides, industrial chemicals, air pollutants, alcohol, narcotics and drugs. Chemical agents act directly by combining with an important cell component or indirectly […]

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CELL INJURY, INRACELLULAR ACUMULATIONS & NECROSIS A normal cell is able to handle normal physiologic demands (homeostasis). More extensive physiologic “stresses” or abnormal stimuli may produce a number of functional and structural alterations known as cellular adaptations e.g. hypertrophy and atrophy. If limits of adaptive response are exceeded or when adaptation is not possible, a […]

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