The cell is the fundamental basic unit of all life forms. Based in the characteristics of cells, organisms can be differentiated into prokaryotes (which lack a delimited nucleus) and eukaryotes. It is currently estimated that the human body contains about 100 trillion of cells and each one of them performs different functions within it. Usually, the death of cells in the human tissues is part of the normal functioning of our body and does not cause alteration of functions with it; however, there are certain situations where the death of our cells occurs in an uncontrolled form, which generates different conditions in our body. For this reason, this infographic will present the most important differences in cell death [1-3].