postmortem


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Synonyms for postmortem

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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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De alli la necesidad de realizar una documentacion de casos en los cuales se aplicaron dichas tecnicas en estudios postmortem, para que con base a estos registros se logre su posterior aplicacion.
Previous studies show that AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) plays an important regulatory role in postmortem glycolysis [7-9], but the downstream mediators that coordinate AMPK activity and glycolytic rate in postmortem muscle are not well documented.
The Minister Health approved Rs 51 million for purchasing equipments for Toxicology Lab, provision of special package to doctors of KMC doing postmortems of the bodies and recruiting the required staff in DNA Lab and Toxicology Lab of the Khyber Medical College Peshawar.
The trial is validating a new noninvasive drug-screening technique that could help coroners prioritize when costly postmortems are needed and enable earlier release of the deceased for burial.
Mulawka presents this technical guide to postmortem fingerprinting and use of fingerprints in concert with other forensic and database resources to identify a dead person.
Meat tenderness may be influenced by the breakdown of myofibrillar structure protein due to postmortem proteolytic activity.
A postmortem was undertaken which revealed the cause of death as drowning.
Deputy Gloucestershire coroner David Dooley said all parties, including Prout, were entitled to ask for another postmortem.
PERIMORTEM AND POSTMORTEM FRACTURE PATTERNS IN DEER FEMORA.
Postmortem: How Medical Examiners Explain Suspicious Deaths offers what few competitors can: a close-up look into just how medical examiners work.
If any injuries exist on the body, were they caused before death (antemortem), at the same time (agonal), or afterwards (postmortem)?
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.
Postmortem biopsy specimens were taken from the lungs, heart, kidney, spleen, small bowel, and muscle.
This report summarizes the results of the study, which indicate that 1% of children had a positive postmortem metabolic screen using tandem MS.
The new guidance on postmortem practice includes Parents and Post Mortems, a video to help bereaved parents understand more about post-mortems.