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Kidney necrosis

Introduction: Kidney necrosis

Description of Kidney necrosis

Kidney necrosis: sum of the morphological changes indicative of kidney cell death and caused by the progressive degradation action of enzymes; may affect all or part of the kidney.
Source: CRISP

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