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W3 Cellular Injury 1

W3 Cellular Injury 1

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Cellular Injury
Types of cellular lesions
LesionA pathologic change in the tissuesTypes of lesionsAcute reversible cellular lesionMI- Hydropic changeIrreversible cellular lesionsMI- Coagulative necrosisChronic reversible cellular lesion – Cellular adaptationsMI- Cardiac hypertrophy
Cellular Swelling
It is an acute and irreversible lesionRepresents the first manifestation in almost all types of cellinjury. It appears when the cell can’t keep the hydric andelectrolytic balance any more.Morphologically, it varies from small clear vacuoles(vacuolar degeneration) to clear cytoplasm (hydropicchange)

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