Coagulative necrosis is seen in? (AIIMS Nov 2012)
• “Gangrene (dry) occurs as a result of ischaemic coagulative necrosis of tissues due to arterial obstruction” --- Chandrasoma, 3/e, P17
• “Caseous necrosis (Occurring in TB) is a distinctive forms of coagulative necrosis but unlike a coagulative necrosis the tissue architecture is completely obliterated”…..Robbins illustrated (basis), 6/e, P17
• Dry gangrene → Variant of Coagulative necrosis.
• Wet gangrene → liquefactive necrosis is superimposed on coagulative necrosis.