Open Pathology Project/Caseous necrosis

Caseous necrosis is a type of tissue necrosis where the dead tissue appears like a soft and white mass, similar to cheese.

Caseating granulomatous lesion with areas of amorphous granular eosinophilic necrotic debris known as caseation (on the right half) bordered by collections of epitheloid cells, Langhan giant cells and lymphocytes.

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