Coagulative Necrosis: Pathology, Causes and Regeneration in Coagulative necrosis

Coagulative Necrosis: Coagulative necrosis is accidental type of cell death followed by acute inflammation in which underlying tissue architecture is preserved for at least several days. Necrotic tissue remains firm, cell shape and organ structures are preserved by coagulation protein but nucleus disappears. Before going in details of coagulative necrosis let’s discuss what is necrosis? … Continue reading Coagulative Necrosis: Pathology, Causes and Regeneration in Coagulative necrosis