What is Pathology - What is caseous necrosis, and how does it affect the tissue ?
Tuberculous and fungal granulomas are the most common sites for caseous necrosis. On first glance, it appears to be soft and greasy, similar to cottage cheese. The necrotic tissue has lost its usual structure and appears amorphous and coarsely granular on histological examination.
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