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adjective Entire, total, whole.

autopsy

Postmortem examination, necropsy Pathology A post-mortem examination of a body, which helps determine cause of death and identify any diseases that had not been detected while the Pt was alive, or confirms the presence of conditions that had been diagnosed before the Pt died. See Forensic autopsy, Hospital autopsy, Organ-limited autopsy. Cf Psychologic autopsy.
Autopsy types
Biopsy only
A minimalist post-mortem in which the prosector examines the organs, but only samples small fragments–'biopsies' for histologic examination
Chest only
An autopsy in which only the lungs and heart are examined; findings in a 'chest only' autopsy is to ID an occluding thrombus in the coronary arteries, massive PTE, or evaluate a person for compensation under the Black Lung Compensation act of 1969
Complete
An autopsy in which the thoracic, abdominal, and cranial cavities are examined
Head only
An autopsy in which the pathology of interest is presumed to reside entirely in the cranial cavity
No head
An autopsy examining the chest and abdominal cavity without cranial cavity
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Patient discussion about complete

Q. Can Fibromyalgia be cured completely? Can Fibromyalgia be cured completely?

A. sadly- no. it is still a mysterious illness that the cause of it and the chain of occurrences are not yet known. but as williams41 suggested - there are many ways of treating it and easing the symptoms. here is a link to a whole load of info about it:
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/fibromyalgia.html

Q. Does this mean he is completely fine now? We are surprised with his improvement!! My son is in manic state for the past 2 years. He shows improvement with the treatment and his painting looks perfect. Prior to the diagnosis as bipolar he painted but randomly. Now he does painting with calm mind. Does this mean he is completely fine now? We are surprised with his improvement!!

A. This is good sign……….There are evidence to show that bipolar disorder is linked with the rise in artistic talent and creativity. The only challenge is to control the mania. Once the mania is controlled the creative and artistic flow gets organized among the bipolars. Though it’s very difficult to maintain this balance among bipolars. But medicines to control the mania has responded well in most of the cases.

Q. Where can you get completely disclosed help for alcoholism? Whether it be online, or in real life where could someone get help for alcoholism? Would a VA hospital be okay if you are a veteran?

A. Here is a template that will give you some information:
http://www.helpguide.org/mental/alcohol_abuse_alcoholism_help_treatment_prevention.htm

there are rehab centers and AA meetings all over the U.S.- look for them in the yellow pages.

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As Table 3 shows, active stems are zero-marked for incompletive status, while inactive stems are zero-marked for completive status.
In order to illustrate the completive function of this auxiliary, Makino and Tsutsui provide this example: (20) koko ni oite oku to Jimu ga tabete here LOC put-TE oku-AUX if Jim SUBJ eat-TE shimau yo.
In order to substantiate the claim that wh phrases and focus phrases form two sides of the same coin, I have adopted a focus/background analysis for Q/A pairs from Drubig (1998), in which a Q/A pair forms a discontinuous, completive focus/ background structure.
(11.) In Drubig (1998) I argue that interrogative and cleft constructions are distinct but related instantiations of a completive (i.e.
-- on connecting particles such as the completive ne `that', ba [b[??] ...] `until', or the connective suffix -u: (68) bon ngeen xam neee am na naar yu ko jiitu (4) `so keep in mind thaaat there were two of them before'
It has been analyzed as a temporal adverbial, a completive marker, a perfect/anterior, and a perfective marker.
From the above examples we can conclude that ni is used with all of the above subtypes of focus except with completive focus in the case of the argument-final construction, with the additional information provided by the expansive focus and with parallel focus.
The events are designed to provide young players with a chance to play completive fixtures in a format appropriate for their ages and stage of development, all within the spirit of rugby's core values of teamwork, respect, enjoyment, discipline and sportsmanship.
the 3rd person plural 'them' (ul) in completive or total form 'them-all' (Tolkien 2007: 12).
The energy policies of the PPP government of 1993-96 and the last PML-N government gave a death blow to the completive edge of the exports of the country which were in high demand in the international market.
"No I don't think so he's so completive he'll be more interested in how good he is and if he's better than the other people on it," she said.
HM the King welcomed the current and former chairmen of the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), as well as traders and businessmen, hailing their role in laying solid foundations to contribute to national development and enable the commercial sector to thrive and gain completive edge in a fast-moving world.