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Introduction: Infarct

Description of Infarct

Infarct: Sudden blood deprivation to a part of the body resulting in necrosis of that part.

Infarct: localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply.
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Infarct: sudden insufficient blood supply to an area, which results in necrosis of that area; usually caused by a thrombus, an embolus, or a vascular torsion.
Source: CRISP

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Hierarchical classifications of Infarct

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  • pathology
  • health problem,ill health,unhealthiness
  • pathological state
  • condition,status
  • state

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