The patient's skin cells on his foot are undergoing apoptosis to replace those cells with new cells so that is his skin will look younger and healthier.
The patient is exhibiting dry gangrene due to a decrease in arterial blood flow.
The patient has wet gangrene due to an infection.
The patient has a pressure ulcer.
Necrosis is untimely death of the cells. Apoptosis is death of cells that occurs naturally.
There is so difference-- necrosis and apoptosis both are cellular death.
Apoptosis is the untimely death of cells. Necrosis is death of cells that occurs naturally.
Occurs in normal tissues but inappropriate sites
Occurs in injured, dead, or dying tissues
Due to injury or inflammation
Can cause organ dysfunction
Usually due to increased calcium levels
Adrenal atrophy, thymic atrophy, and gastic ulcers
Adrenal enlargement, thymic enlargement, and gastric ulcers
Adrenal enlargement, thymic atrophy, and diaherrea
Adrenal enlargement, thymic atrophy, and gastric ulcers
Impaired thinking and memory
Anxiety and depression
Increased cortisol levels
There are high levels of immature neutrophils indicating that the body is trying to fight an infection by sending out neutrophils before they are mature enough.
There are high levels of neutrophils that help the person deal with stress.
There is a low level of neutrophils indicated the the person has an immunodeficiency.
There are low levels of immature netrophils which means the body is fighting off the infection successfully.
Prevent the spread of infection
Signal more WBCs to come to the sight of infection
Stop any bleeding
Increase vascular permeability
To allow any bacterial cells to escape the blood vessels
To bring phagocytic cells and antibodies to the area of inflammation
To cause pain for the person so they will be alerted of an inflammatory process occurring in their body