When cell injury becomes irreversible and necrosis occurs, what happens during this cellular death?
Answer: The correct answer is Option. D the cell will swell from water accumulation
Cellular swelling is the characteristic feature of a necrotic cell. the cell swells upto 30-50% after ATP depletion in the cell and this leads to the formation of blebs and cell proceeds to cellular death.
Option A. is incorrect as during necrosis oxygen consumption decreases
Option B is incorrect as the organelles are walled off and break apart is not associated with necrosis
Option C is incorrect as condensation of the chromatid occurs as a part of apoptosis and not necrosis.
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