Fat necrosis is common in: (AIIMS May 2013)
|D||All of the above|
Coagulative necrosis: Where the basic outline of cell is preserved, e.g. myocardia infarct.
Liquefactive necrosis: Characteristic of focal bacterial or fungal infections most commonly characteristic of brain tissue brain necrosis is seen most frequently in burst temporal lobe syndrome. Fat necrosis: Induced by trauma as in acute pancreatitis and in breast adipose tissue.
Caseous necrosis: Form of coagulative necrosis encountered in foci of tuberculous infection.