IRREVERSIBLE CELL INJURY NECROSIS

IRREVERSIBLE CELL INJURY NECROSIS   Definition: It is the local death of the cells or tissues during life, the nucleus is affected as well as the cytoplasm. Causes of necrosis: 1-     Necrosis due to cut of arterial blood supply is called infarction. Arterial occlusion is most probably due to atherosclerosis, thrombosis and embolism. 2-     Infectious […]

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CELL INJURY, INRACELLULAR ACUMULATIONS & NECROSIS

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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