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English: What is ischemia? When cells don't receive enough oxygen, they can become ischemic, and ultimately die, leading to tissue necrosis. This video covers the pathophysiology of both reversible and irreversible ischemia, as well as the difference between perfusion and blood flow.
Author Osmosis


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