Morphology of Cell Injury

Morphology of Cell Injury:

Various Morphological changes occur in cell as a reversible and irreversible in cell.

  • Morphological of Reversible Cell Injury contains:
    • Cell swelling ( Hyaline changes, Hydropic changes, Myloid Changes) develops when cells are incapable of fluid an ion homeostasis (↓ed function of ATP dependant pumps).
    • Fatty change the accumulation of lipid vacuoles in the cytoplasm.
  • Morphological of Irreversible Cell  injury (Necrosis):
    • Two basic processes underlie the morphologic changes of necrosis
      • Denaturation of protein
      • Enzymatic digestion of cell components

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