histotoxic

histotoxic

 [his´to-tok″sik]
poisonous to tissue.

his·to·tox·ic

(his'tō-tok'sik),
Relating to poisoning of the respiratory enzyme system of the tissues.

histotoxic

/his·to·tox·ic/ (his´to-tok″sik) poisonous to tissue.

his·to·tox·ic

(his'tō-tok'sik)
Relating to poisoning of the respiratory enzyme system of the tissues.

his·to·tox·ic

(his'tō-tok'sik)
Relating to poisoning of the respiratory enzyme system of the tissues.

histotoxic

poisonous to tissue.

histotoxic hypoxia
lower than normal oxygen content of tissue resulting from toxic effects on oxygen-binding enzyme systems.
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Gas gangrene starts with a traumatic lesion, commonly vaccination, parturition, neutering, docking and blood extraction, followed by the contamination of the wounds by one or more of the histotoxic clostridia, including C.
They cover the pathogenic clostridia, toxins produced by the pathogenic clostridia, clostridial infections of the gastrointestinal system, clostridial histotoxic infections, and clostridial neurotoxic infections.
Clostridium perfringens is one of the most important food-borne pathogen of humans and animals causing both histotoxic diseases and intestinal infections (4-7).
On the other hand, the free fatty acid theory proposes that excessive mobilization of free fatty acids leads to severe vasculitis that is secondary to its histotoxic effects.
The alpha toxin is reported as hemolytic, necrotic and histotoxic (Quinn et al.
The reasons for such oxygen deprivation to the brain vary and include cardiac arrest, inadequate blood flow, histotoxic causes like poisoning and trauma to brain and body as in strangulation and can occur at high altitudes in the absence of oxygen and low blood flow.
Histotoxic Hypoxia: This occurs when the utilization of oxygen by the body tissues is interfered with.
Cyanides and hydrogen sulfide act as tissue poisons, shutting down cellular metabolism (producing so-called histotoxic hypoxia).
Histotoxic hypoxia is a type of poisoning that interferes with the body's ability to use oxygen; cyanide poisoning is one well-known example.
Hypoxia exists in four different types: hypoxic, anemic, stagnant, and histotoxic.