Caseous

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"cheesy" or "cheese-like". As in caseous necrosis]] - cell death characteristic of certain inflammations (e.g. tuberculosis) where the affected tissue shows the crumbly consistency and dull, opaque quality of cheese. Based on casein]] - the principal protein of milk, the basis of curds and cheese.


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