antemortem


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antemortem

 [an″te-mor´tem]
performed or occurring before death.

an·te·mor·tem

(an'te-mōr'tem),
Before death. Compare: postmortem.
[ante- + L. mors (mort-), death]

antemortem

/an·te·mor·tem/ (an″te-mor´tem) [L.] occurring before death.

an·te·mor·tem

(an'tē-mōr'tĕm)
Before death.
Compare: postmortem
[ante- + L. mors (mort-), death]

antemortem

performed or occurring before death.

antemortem handling
the management of animals about to be slaughtered for the period immediately prior to slaughter; includes transport, unloading, feeding, watering, housing. Animal welfare considerations are paramount.
antemortem inspection
inspection of live animals prior to slaughter to ensure adherence to rules about cruelty, and to avoid putting sick or harassed animals into the abattoir buildings and the slaughter chain. The objective is to avoid contamination of premises and meat by infective material.
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As AMPK mediates the effect of pre-slaughter stress on postmortem glycolysis [23], it is logical to deduce that protein acetylation is a mechanism by which antemortem stress influences postmortem metabolism and meat quality.
I will serve by maintaining 64% 9% accurate antemortem dental (210) (30) records.
In this case, scavenging would have been preceded immediately by death due to other causes, and any deaths caused by disease or starvation additionally should be associated with antemortem temperatures outside of the normal range of 36.
found that, in 23 cases of DLB and 94 cases of AD confirmed by autopsy, antemortem assessment data revealed that visuospatial impairment was the most sensitive (74%) variable and visual hallucination was the most specific (99%) variable for DLB.
However, our patients were diagnosed as having sCJD, thus, we did not perform a tonsillar biopsy, the use of which for antemortem diagnosis is still questionable.
Andreasen NC, Cizadlo T, Harris G, Swayze VW, O'Leary DS, Cohen G, Ehrhardt J, Yuh WT: Voxel processing techniques for the antemortem study of neuroanatomy and neuropathology using magnetic resonance imaging.
The autopsy says Singh's death occurred due to hanging and the body had no antemortem injuries
With less than 5% of diagnosis made antemortem, a high index of suspicion should exist in any patient with past history of melanoma and new complaints related to gastrointestinal tract, anemia, and malabsorption.
Algunos autores tambien han senalado la existencia de un relacion entre el manejo antemortem de animales y calidad de la carne (9).
The law mandated antemortem inspection of livestock, postmortem inspection of each carcass and the continuous inspection of slaughter by U.
Antemortem interventions like heparin administration and cannulation of femoral vessels are the standard of care in some countries and may improve the quality of organs procured and outcomes of transplantation.
3 An antemortem diagnosis of pituitary stalk metastasis of breast cancer was usually made by MRI without histological confirmation.