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post mortem

 [pōst mor´tem] (L.)
after death.

post mortem

/post mor·tem/ (pōst mort´im) [L.] after death.

post mortem

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While the baby died in the early hours of Tuesday, the post mortem was only performed on Saturday due to the refusal of two state pathologists to perform the procedure due to the risk of contagion given that it was almost certain she died of
With the addition of post mortem reporting functionality to our platform, we are making it part of the normal process of re-election and operations reporting.
A second post mortem examination, conducted on behalf of the IPCC, found he died from internal bleeding.
Following the second post mortem examination, detectives said Scarlett was given ecstasy, cocaine and LSD on the night she died.
After the teenager died at the hospital on December 7, 1993, his parents, Mr and Mrs D, agreed to a limited post mortem examination, including a biopsy of his lung, the panel heard.
A Garda spokeswoman said: "The post mortem results showed the woman suffered a violent death.
Home Office pathologist Dr Stephen Leadbetter was at the scene last night and was due to carry out the post mortem today.
Morgan Jamieson, medical director at Yorkhill, said it was a regular practice in all UK hospitals which did not have to return organs to the body after post mortems.
The story lines provided by Post Mortem evolve throughout the evening.
On Saturday morning, the deputy of state medical services Elisavet Constantinou announced that the baby's blood results, which had been sent to an Athens lab, showed that the cause of death was in fact meningitis, and that a post mortem was not necessary.
Her brother namely Yaseen and his relatives found the body and brought it for post mortem to District Headquarter (DHQ) Hospital Mardan at 4:00 am on Wednesday, where they were asked to take the body to MMC.
THE family of a man who died on holiday in Spain have had a second post mortem performed in a bid for answers.