necroscopy


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ne·cros·co·py

(nĕ-kros'kŏ-pē),
Rarely used term for autopsy.
[necro- + G. skopeō, to examine]
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Anomalies or abnormalities discovered during necroscopy were further examined by histopathology.
Necroscopy. 24 hours after the last treatment, the animals were sacrificed under anesthesia in slight diethyl ether.
Necroscopy. At the end of treatments, rats were fasted overnight and sacrificed under anesthesia in slight diethyl ether.