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Synonyms for autopsy

Synonyms for autopsy

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

perform an autopsy on a dead body

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Despotopulos was the first judge to deny the defense request for a second autopsy after a hearing yesterday morning in Central District Court.
Middlesex County Superior Court Judge Phillip Lewis Paley had previously denied the autopsy request, noting that the auto giants' motion to compel an autopsy in the civil case was a case of first impression in New Jersey, stating that "civility will not permit us to desecrate the body of a deceased for reasons unrelated to those set forth in the [New Jersey] autopsy statute.
The first autopsy found only five bruises on Keeling s body, but Sunday s examination discovered as many as 50, with at least half of them believed to have been inflicted before she died.
Autopsy results can support the fact that death was the result of a risk inherent in the procedure and, therefore, was not necessarily the result of substandard conduct.
Measurements: Concordance of myocardial infarction as the underlying cause of death between the death certificate and the autopsy was measured.
This movie sees the lovable Geordie duo playing lifelong friends who conjure up a worldwide hoax when they create fake footage of an alien autopsy ( all in a bid to coin it in.
The prenatal and birth information in the autopsy database is the same as that used in the local Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) registry.
An autopsy is necessary to distinguish sporadic CJD from variant CJD, which is linked to exposure, probably through eating, to cattle infected with mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, in order to curb the spread of BSE, the officials said.
In 35 of the 132 cases, the autopsy added information that led to a reduction in risk-recurrence estimates in 17 cases and an increase in 18 cases.
Channel Four is preparing to screen another autopsy just months after a doctor caused an outcry by performing the procedure in public.
THE German professor who caused a public outcry in Britain by carrying out an autopsy on TV, could soon be dissecting human bodies on the West End stage.
A CONTROVERSIAL broadcast of the UK's first public autopsy for 170 years has been cleared by a TV regulator and ``vindicated'' S4C's decision to show the controversial show in Wales.
45pm - just hours after the autopsy - and images from the procedure were not shown until after midnight.
THE INDEPENDENT Television Commission has said Channel 4 did not breach its code by broadcasting a public autopsy.