post mortem


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post mortem

 [pōst mor´tem] (L.)
after death.
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The post Pulmonary embolism caused woman's death, post mortem shows appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
He did not remember exactly what he said to Owen's parents about a post mortem on the day Owen died, but he said he had asked them to consider signing a consent form for the procedure, which they did.
Consent is not required for a coroner's post mortem because it is a legal matter but Dr Wells said patients' relatives had always been able to refuse a hospital post mortem.
At the time the body was found a post mortem by Gloucestershire pathologist Prof Neil Shepherd gave the cause of death as drowning.
It was reported on Wednesday that due to renovations at the Paphos hospital's morgue, a problem had occurred with the transportation of bodies to the Limassol hospital for post mortems, as there was no suitable air-conditioned vehicle available.
Post Mortem tells the story of Paddy Nicholls, a man jailed for the murder of family friend Gladys Heath.
Coroner's officers in Nuneaton are preparing for a post mortem examination on a man killed when he was hit by a freight train in the town early yesterday morning.
A father who did not know his dead son's brain had been kept on a Birmingham hospital shelf for four years wants strict new rules on post mortem examinations.
The post mortem performed on the nine-month old baby girl who apparently died last week from meningitis, appears to have confirmed the suspected cause of death, according to the findings.
CHANNEL 5's insatiable thirst for crime-related programmes shows little sign of abating The latest episode of documentary series Post Mortem examines the role of the forensic scientist and shows how police tracked down the killer of houswife Sandra Bowen from her set of dentures.
A YOUNG Limassol couple's agony over the cause of death and delay in burying their nine-month-old baby was brought to an end on Saturday when a post mortem was finally carried out though the results were not known at the time of writing as it was still ongoing
His widow Jean, of Murat Street, Waterloo, has now discovered that despite telling Fazakerley hospital staff of her husband's wishes, they retained 46 parts of his body after the post mortem, including sections of the brain, lung, kidney, prostate, rib and vertebrae.