Definition of Necrosis:

Death of one or more cells, or of a portion of a tissue or organ.

Topics Related to Necrosis

Colon Cancer

...the condition
“...Leukocytosis and increased sedimentation rate indicate inflammation or necrosis of the tumour...”
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Corticosteroids a treatment
“...A rare complication of cortisone medications is severe bone damage (avascular necrosis) which can destroy large joints, such as the hips and shoulders...”

Fecal Impaction

...the condition
“...Complications include hemorrhoids, rectal/anal tears, tissue death (necrosis), and tears in the colon wall, which are potentially very serious.”


...related topic
“A sluggish and unresolving condition, often with ulcerations and necrosis.”

Kidney Disease

...the condition
“...Anuria, the complete cessation of urine production, is rare in acute renal failure – the major exception being diffuse cortical necrosis.  It may occur late in chronic renal failure...”

Low T-Helper (CD4) Cell Level

...the condition
“...(Cytokines include the interleukins, interferons, colony-stimulating factors, and tumor necrosis factors.)  Without the T-helper cells coordinating the immune system, the battle would be lost...”


...the condition
“...Inflammation, necrosis, and immune-mediated disease can cause increased tissue demand and increased bone marrow release of neutrophils...”
...relationship to Sepsis
“Inflammation, sepsis, necrosis, and immune-mediated disease can cause increased tissue demand and increased bone marrow release of neutrophils.”


...related topic
“The osteochondroses, also called Epiphyseal Ischemic Necrosis, are a relatively common group of orthopedic disorders of children, which are poorly understood...”
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...the condition
“...Osteonecrosis is the destruction of a bone (necrosis) often due to an inadequate supply of blood to a bone...”

Ozone / Oxidative Therapy a treatment
“...Bio-oxidative therapies increase the production of interferon and Tumor Necrosis Factor, which the body uses to fight infections and cancers...”


...the condition
“...Complications include ... intestinal necrosis and perforation...”

Platelet Aggregation (Clotting)

...the condition
“...Other possible causes include acute phase protein elevation caused by inflammation, tissue necrosis or allergy; a collagen-damaging disease; occult disease processes which may cause collagen damage or neoplastic changes; excessive stress level producing biochemical imbalance...”

Prostate Cancer

...recommendation Melatonin
“...Positive results have been shown with melatonin on its own and in combination with interferon, tumor necrosis factor, and tamoxifen...”


...related topic
“Tumor Necrosis Factor.”

Urinalysis a treatment
“...abnormal numbers of red cells in urine due to: glomerular damage, tumors which erode the urinary tract anywhere along its length, kidney trauma, urinary tract stones, renal infarcts, acute tubular necrosis, upper and lower urinary tract infections, nephrotoxins, and physical stress...”


...related topic
“Inflammation and necrosis of blood vessels, including arteries, veins and capillaries...”
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