Here is myocardium in which the cells are dying as a result of ischemic injury from coronary artery occlusion. This is early in the process of necrosis. The nuclei of the myocardial fibers are being lost. The cytoplasm is losing its structure, because no well-defined cross-striations are seen.

Question: What symptom may accompany organ ischemia?

AnswerPain may occur as a consequence of reduced blood flow. However, visceral pain is poorly localized.