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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One-way analysis of variance was used to evaluate difference in mean among postmortem time-points.
The postmortem revealed that police found her lying next to a bottle of moisturising cream by several blood stains.
Although this process can take longer in water-submerged victims, these individuals may remain concealed longer when they become hidden in water or vegetation or lost in a large body of water; this results in correspondingly advanced postmortem changes before recovery.
Tina Raleigh, acting supervisor of the park, said county Department of Parks and Recreation officials decided against a postmortem examination, citing the expense and the length of time between the animal's death and its discovery.
To perform a postmortem C-section, make a midline incision, cut through each layer, maintain CPR throughout the entire procedure, get the baby out as quickly as possible, and don't try to completely close the uterus, he commented.
This report is the first in which HMPV was the only pathogen identified from postmortem specimens from a patient with a fatal respiratory tract disease.
These guidelines have helped us and other physicians navigate the maze of medical, legal, and ethical issues involved in postmortem sperm retrieval.
We also determined DA concentrations in striatal, tissue obtained postmortem from similarly treated animals.
A postmortem examination was due to be carried out this afternoon to try to confirm the cause of death.
After the postmortem examination at Yangon general hospital, the body was taken away by seven relatives to a cemetery for burial.
Typical autopsy or postmortem investigations of unexplained sudden deaths in infants include clinical and forensic information, such as reports from pathology, toxicology, microbiology, site investigations as to manner of death, and family history.
During a televised interview, suspended morgue supervisor John Hilton, MD said that each year, about 1,000 bodies left the morgue for burial without a brain, and that removal of organs was all part of the normal postmortem examination process.
In particular, the variety and maturity of insect larvae found on corpses can prove invaluable in the determination of the postmortem interval, the time elapsed since death.
William "Bill" Anderson, one of the world's foremost authorities in postmortem toxicology, has joined the company.
These properties are developed by the rate and extent of postmortem anaerobic glycolysis.