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What is necrosis? Just irrevesible cell then dead off and cause inflammation?Does it mean whenever there is a mild injury, our cell die and necrosis?

What is necrosis? Just irrevesible cell then dead off and cause inflammation?Does it mean whenever there is a mild injury, our cell die and necrosis?

Necrosis: Cell death is said to occur by two alternative, opposite modes: apoptosis, a programmed, managed form of cell death, and necrosis, an unordered and accidental form of cellular dying. ...Read more

Necrosis (Definition)

Necrosis is the the death of cells and tissue. In dentistry, root canals are often needed when the pulp tissue inside a ...Read more


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How bad is a focal area suggestiv of central fibrosis within liver. Mild centrilobular cholestasis and attached fibroadiposed tissue with fat necrosis?

How bad is a focal area suggestiv of central fibrosis within liver. Mild centrilobular cholestasis and attached fibroadiposed tissue with fat necrosis?

Depends: It is impossible to evaluate these findings without knowing the clinical setting and the results of other tests of liver function. Certainly this does not make me suspect liver cancer. If you have questions about this ultrasound finding, I would ask your doctor or your gastroenterologist. Good luck. ...Read more

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What can cause nerve necrosis?

Many concerns: Necrosis is "death" or destruction of a nerve, and this sometimes is necessitated to alleviate pain, by an alcohol injection. If a nerve is cut or transected, or if a nerve cell body dies (apoptosis), from a variety of inflammatory or degenerative causes, recovery is not possible. So, nerve death can occur both in central and peripheral nervous systems. Timely treatment is always best. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: necrosis?

Cell / tissue death: Necrosis is the the death of cells and tissue. In dentistry, root canals are often needed when the pulp tissue inside a tooth has gone necrotic. ...Read more

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What is a decreased necrosis and is it bad. Can you also tell me how to cure it.

Ok...clarify: Where, when, in what context ? Decrease of necrosis means less of cell death/damage/destruction......which is always good. ...Read more

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What happens to the testicle as it enters necrosis?

Testis: Necrosis means death of the testicle. It eventually shrinks and essentially disappears. If you are concerned about fertility, necrosis of the testicle in the scrotum may lead to production of antibodies that may lead to infertility. ...Read more

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How long can fat necrosis last?

Depends: upon the cause. There's a rare autoimmune disease which is sort of lifelong but goes dormant with intense immunosuppression. There's necrosis from infection, trauma, surgical trauma and these don't last long at all if the underlying problem stops. ...Read more

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Extensive tumor necrosis! how to diagnose, what to do?

Remove if possible: When tumor get very large and essentially loose blood supply necrosis can set in. If extensive, tumor necrosis syndrome develops and release of toxins into the blood stream can occur. At this point debulking of the lesion is beneficial. ...Read more

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I was told I have papilary necrosis what does that mean?

Renal disease: Kidney tissue is damaged and is not functioning correctly. You need to take stock of all medication you have been taking and stop any that has an effect on the kidney. Also deal with any kidney infection. Medical care is important and following advise very closely to avoid progression of the condition is essential. ...Read more

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How do subarachnoid haemorrhages result in cell necrosis?

Cell death: Necrosis is cell death. Anything that disrupts the complex system that keeps cells alive can cause cell death. Subarachnoid hemorrhage is a bleed in the brain. The pressure from extra blood in a small space can crush cells, and disrupt fragile capillaries that bring oxygen to cells. This, cell death ...Read more

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What is the best test to diagnose or rule out necrosis due to pancreatitis. ?

Probably CT scan: Clinical and laboratory criteria to assess inflammatory responses (Ranson grade, Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II score) and contrast-enhanced dynamic computed tomography (dynamic CT) imaging to evaluate pancreatic necrosis are frequently used. Not all patients with pancreatic necrosis identified on dynamic CT scanning develop local complications ...Read more

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Does the term degenerative on a pathology report mean the same thing as necrosis?

Does the term degenerative on a pathology report mean the same thing as necrosis?

No: In fact, "degenerative" is a term often used by pathologists to convey that the changes observed in a specimen are different from necrosis. The exact significance of this term varies depending on where the sample was taken from, so discussion with your doctor is important as mentioned. ...Read more

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What is it about cold injury that kills the organs? Could I ng term exposure cause organ necrosis and kill the victim?

What is it about cold injury that kills the organs? Could I ng term exposure cause organ necrosis and kill the victim?

GivinTheColdShoulder: Your question is a bit vague. But generally, if tissue is actually frozen (frostbite), water crystals form inside the cells and that messes-up the works. When thawed, the tissue is mush. If you are talking about hypothermia, the colder you get the slower your metabolism to the point that the lack of energy formation overcomes the overall slowness of the metabolic processes and then the cells die. ...Read more

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I have necrosis of the liver what can I expect?

I have necrosis of the liver what can I expect?

What's the cause?: An elite athlete can kill off huge numbers of his liver cells in a prolonged endurance event and they grow right back with the liver restored perfectly. This also happens after prolonged shock with recovery. If you have a chronic hepatitis (viral, immune) with ongoing cell damage, the outcome is whatever is expected for the hepatitis. Insist your physician tell you what's killing liver cells. ...Read more

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What is aseptic necrosis?

What is aseptic necrosis?

Tissue death no bugs: Aseptic necrosis is often used to describe the death of bone due to vascular insufficiency, without and infection. High dose steroid treatment can cause aseptic necrosis of the head of the femur. Fracture of the femoral neck can also cause aseptic necrosis due to injury to blood vessels supplying the femoral head. ...Read more

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What is avascular necrosis ?

What is  avascular necrosis ?

Avascular necrosis: Bone is a living tissue that is constantly turning over; this involves tightly regulated systems of bone addition and subtraction. In order to deliver the cells that are responsible there needs to be adequate blood flow. If the blood flow is disrupted significantly, the affected areas can undergo avascular necrosis (avn). Avn can lead to collapse of the area and arthritis if it occurs near joints. ...Read more