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post-mortem

adjective After death noun A popular term for an autopsy, see there.
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The mess also begs the question as to why every Tom, Dick and Harry can ask for a new post-mortem in a criminal case, in this instance, two by the state pathologist, one by the family of the victim and one on behalf of the suspects.
Dr Daheri said they lost patience although they should know that a post-mortem examination could not be performed without the inquest report.
They also demanded the Chief Justice of Pakistan to also conduct an inquiry against the lady doctor who conducted the post-mortem report and declared that the child was sexually abused.
A quality post-mortem examination provides vital information about disease on farm, and allows vets and farmers to plan for control going forward.
However, Leicester Royal Infirmary is a big and busy public mortuary with an equally busy post-mortem service.
However, till now, only post-mortem house has been completed and was initiated only a month ago.
Mardan District Nazim Himayatullah Mayar early alleged that the police are trying their best to conceal the post-mortem report.
He had already botched previous post-mortem examinations, dating as far back as 2002, by the time Mr Tomlinson died in 2009.
He had already botched previous post-mortem examinations dating as far back as 2002 by the time Mr Tomlinson died in 2009.
Initial post-mortem results were released one week after final confirmation came last Friday that all four men had died.
A post-mortem examination showed Geraldine Allen, 56, died from multiple stab wounds while results are awaited on her mother, Maureen, 81, but they are expected to confirm a similar cause of death.
THE results of the post-mortem examinations into the two horses who died following an incident in the parade ring at Newbury on Saturday will not be revealed until all aspects of the investigation have been concluded.