Liquefactive Necrosis: Definition, Morphology, Pathology

Liquefactive necrosis Liquefactive necrosis is type of cell death in which Necrotic tissue that becomes liquefied, enzymatic lysis of cells and protein results in liquefaction. There is tissue transformation into liquid viscous mass. Liquefactive necrosis is often associated with focal bacterial or fungal infections because microbes stimulate the accumulation of inflammatory cells and the enzymes … Continue reading Liquefactive Necrosis: Definition, Morphology, Pathology