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The type of necrosis in myocardial infection is: (LQ)



A Caseous necrosis
B Fat necrosis

C Liquefaction necrosis
D Coagulative necrosis

Ans. D Coagulative necrosis

Necrosis is defined as focal death along with degradation of tissue by hydrolytic enzymes liberated by cells.

Necrosis

Affected organs

Coagulative necrosis

Heart (myocardial infarction)

Kidney

Spleen

Liquefactive necrosis

Brain and abscess cavity

Caseous necrosis

Foci of tuberculous infection

Fat necrosis

Acute pancreatic injury, Traumatic fat necrosis of breast

Fibrinoid

Arterioles in hypertension

Arthus reaction

Autoimmune disease

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