What are the different types of necrosis?
MC; in heart, liver, kidney; nucleus gone but shape intact
Autolysis and heterolysis from hydrolytic enzymes; ABSCESSES, brain infarcts, pancreatic necrosis
Coag & Liq; Cottage cheese like; e.g. Tb
Lipases; Grossly chalky appearance (from FA assoc w/ calcium)
Looks like fibrin; stains pink
Dead tissue; Usually in Lower limbs, GB, GI tract, testes; can be wet (Liq) or dry (Coag)