This image shows necrotic tissue due to iron overload. Normally, most of the iron in the body is within hemoglobin, and the rest is stored within the liver, spleen, and bone marrow. However, too much iron can build up in organs and cause necrosis, or death, of these tissues. Often iron overload is a genetic trait, but conditions such as anemia or chronic liver diseases can also result in iron overload.
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