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Synonyms for necropsy

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

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Data from avian necropsy cases submitted from backyard flocks (any flock of < 1,000 birds) in the CAHFS laboratory computer database (STARLIMS 10.
A necropsy of that animal revealed that the whale was severely underweight for its size.
Because of the potential for aerosolization of Brucella organisms during the necropsy and the lack of respiratory precautions taken, the four persons who performed the necropsy were assessed to be at high risk for Brucella exposure.
In most parts of the world, when a cetacean strands, those conducting the necropsy are working on a stranger.
Subsequent to getting positive result several times in PCR with the necropsy tissues, the only serum sample of the patient that was available in the archives of the tertiary hospital was also brought to the RMRC, Port Blair for further tests.
there will be a public necropsy of a loggerhead sea turtle.
Necropsy findings that supported grain overload as a contributing factor to death included acute rumenitis, isolation of Clostridium perfringens coupled with hemorrhagic enteritis, chronic laminitis, and polioencephalomalacia.
Rapid death certificate reporting, plus necropsy of persons who died of leptospirosis, facilitates public health intervention and could provide an important tool in assessing the global burden of leptospirosis.
So when Stroud received a package from a Minnesota park ranger containing the frozen carcass of a gray wolf, he suited up with latex gloves and a lab coat to perform a necropsy, or animal autopsy.
in addition, researchers said that the administration of Phase 2 for 90 days did not produce any adverse reaction as seen from the organ weight, necropsy, haematological values and biochemical values.
Samples were obtained from the dorsal post-occipital venous sinus, the dorsal tail vein, or free, unclotted blood at the time of necropsy from 189 terrapins.
The results of a necropsy and DNA tests conducted on the remains of a mountain lion struck and killed by a train in Randolph County last summer indicate the animal's genetic make up is mote consistent with that of mountain lions from most of North America than with the DNA of mountain lions from Florida or Central and South America.
For instance, for some transgenic lines, the main tumor of interest is the skin papilloma, which can be observed directly rather than requiring a necropsy.