postmortem


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Synonyms for postmortem

Synonyms for postmortem

occurring or done after death

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Synonyms for postmortem

discussion of an event after it has occurred

an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease

occurring or done after death

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after death or after an event

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The time she spent unconscious in the baking heat may also have contributed to her death, the postmortem revealed.
Four prior studies analyzing postmortem care policies were found.
The body was returned to his family following the conclusion of the postmortem.
California, Indiana (home of CMG Worldwide) and Tennessee (home of the Elvis Presley estate) are the states that have long had the most protective statutes regarding postmortem right of publicity, and the state of Washington also recently passed a similar law.
Even if the celebrity's home state does not provide the celebrity with postmortem rights, he or she would be covered by local statutes.
A pathologist who conducted Woolmer's postmortem initially ruled the cause of his death was "inconclusive" but four days later announced he died due to strangulation.
A Durham Police spokesman said the death had initially been treated as suspicious, but detectives had kept an open mind until the results of the postmortem.
The author spent three years shadowing examiners to understand how they probe questionable deaths, and Postmortem covers not just the physical but the legal, social and moral issues faced by the industry.
Investigators normally will find postmortem lividity, or blood pooling, on the portion of the body or head lying on the bottom after drowning.
Por estos dias se inaugura el "Centro de consulta postmortem del Hospital Universitario del Valle", una denominacion mas apropiada para la autopsia <<ver por si mismo>> o cualquiera de sus sinonimos necropsia, examen post-mortem, necroscopia, o tanatopsia; todos ellos no aceptados y condicionados por factores culturales, sociales o religiosos.
Bell said the investigation will center on how the animal died - shoe prints were discovered near the animal, which had been partially eaten by coyotes and other nocturnal animals, park officials said - and why a postmortem examination was not ordered before the bison was disposed of.
Postmortem biopsy specimens were taken from the lungs, heart, kidney, spleen, small bowel, and muscle.
YES] Requests for postmortem sperm retrieval are becoming more common, and often they are quite compelling.
This report summarizes the results of the study, which indicate that 1% of children had a positive postmortem metabolic screen using tandem MS.