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BOF: 2.109

A 72-year-old male is admitted to the coronary care unit with a transmural anterior myocardial infarction.

One day after admission he has a cardiac arrest and resuscitation is unsuccessful.

A post-mortem examination is performed.

Which of the following histopathological processes are likely to be seen in this patient?

a)      Death of fibres and intercellular oedema

b)      Coagulative necrosis of myocytes, neutrophil infiltration of necrotic tissue

c)      Dead myocytes begin to disintegrate, resorbed by macrophages and enzymatic proteolysis

d)      Granulation tissue forms, necrotic tissue replaced by a fibrous scar

e)      No change

 

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