coagulative necrosis


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Related to coagulative necrosis: colliquative necrosis, caseous necrosis, Fibrinoid necrosis, gangrenous necrosis

coagulative necrosis

necrotic tissue which is firm, retains its architectural pattern and is dense in comparison to surrounding tissue. See also liquefactive necrosis, Zenker's necrosis.
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The lesions of coagulative necrosis were confined to zone 3 and were present in both groups.
Other histopathologic features, which include steatosis, cholestasis, coagulative necrosis, bile duct damage, and ductular proliferation, showed no significant relation with post-OLTx HCV RNA levels.
According to the rationale behind this algorithm, tumors are classified into three categories: (1) Obviously invasive tumors and tumors that feature cellular atypia, coagulative necrosis, and readily identifiable mitotic figures are classified as malignant.
Low-power magnification of an EMC reveals lobular, pushing borders and coagulative necrosis in the center of the lobules.
Greater morbidity and mortality appear to be associated with tumors larger than 6 cm, intraabdominal tumors, a lack of postoperative adjuvant therapy, and the presence of coagulative necrosis, a high mitotic count (>5/HPF), and moderate nuclear pleomorphism.
The histologic marker of necrotizing sialometaplasia is preservation of the smooth contour and lobular architecture of the salivary glands following coagulative necrosis and subsequent ductal and acinar squamous metaplasia (figure 1).
lye) can also cause a dark discoloration of the esophageal mucosa following coagulative necrosis.