Results for: Necrosis

What is apillary necrosis?

Answer . \nPossibly this question contains a spelling error, axillary not apillary. Axillary Necrosis is rotting of the armpit tissue due to tissue injury caused by decrea (MORE)

What is necrosis?

death of tissue yes, it is in fact that, but there are different stages based on different causes. A spider bite can cause a less severe but pretty severe type of necrosis. I (MORE)
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What is an example of necrosis?

  Answer   one example of necrosis is the blackening of the skin on or around the bite site of locsosiles reclusa(brown recluse spider). the area will become extremel (MORE)
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What is avascular necrosis?

Avascular literally means, the cells which lack supply of blood vessels and mostly comprise of Keratins and epithelial layer cells. Necrosis, is biological term for programmed (MORE)

What is fatty necrosis?

Fat necrosis is one of many types of necrosis. Necrosis is cell death with inflammation (different from apoptosis, which is without inflammation). Fat necrosis occurs in two (MORE)

What is the pathogenesis of necrosis?

In normal cell the inter acellular calcium concentration is about 0.001 that of extra cellular fluid . This gradient is maintained by the cell membrane which actively transp (MORE)
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What is necrosis-?

The word necrosis is defined as the death of organs or tissue. This  can be caused by a disease or an injury, but is always due to loss  of blood supply to the area.