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Green arrow indicating liquefactive necrosis of first and second proximal segments and red arrow showing irregularity in interstitial haematopoietic tissue due to tubular necrosis.
When tendons become extensively exposed, but without liquefactive necrosis, they should be preserved for definitive coverage.
Multifocal discrete nodules seen in many organs were characterized by central liquefactive necrosis intermixed with variable numbers of bacteria.