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Most pathognomonic sign of irreversible cell injury?

These are some pathognomonic sign of irreversible cell injury:-

  1. Persistent Ischemia
  2. No cloudy swelling.- Mitochondria
  3. Large flocculant amorphous deposit – Mitochondria
  4. Severe cytosolic calcium deposits.
  5. More Myelin finger- Cell membrane
  6. The endonuclease process started.
  7. Pyknosis, Karyorrhexis, karyolysis happening in nucleus
  8. Cell death happen.

Q. Most pathognomonic sign of irreversible cell injury? (Neet PG) Ans(Amorphous densities in mitochondria)   Difference between reversible and irreversible cell injury

Most pathognomonic sign of irreversible cell injury?

Amorphous densities in mitochondria

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