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post-mortem

adjective After death noun A popular term for an autopsy, see there.
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MINISTERS have dropped plans to give bereaved relatives the chance to prevent post-mortems on loved ones, it has been announced.
'The post-mortem is not over yet and is still ongoing
Charges allege she "operated the closed-circuit television equipment at the Bournemouth mortuary and thereby caused the post-mortem examination of Emiliano Sala to be recorded by using the live view camera facility" on February 7.
Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], Nov 20 ( ANI ): The post-mortem report of Tiger Mahavir confirmed that he died due to infection and multiple organ failure, caused due to wound on his neck.
He was horrified to find out that a second post-mortem could be requested by the defence BEFORE the first examination by the Crown.
After receiving post-mortem report, the police have launched thorough investigation into the case.
The post-mortem on the couple is expected to be conducted on Saturday afternoon.
Essex county council is running a soft market testing exercise to understand future options for delivering post-mortem services.
LARKANA -- Relatives of a 20-year-old man, who was found dead in his employer's office on Thursday, went on the rampage at the casualty department of the Chandka Medical College Hospital (CMCH) over delay in the performance of his post-mortem examination.
Summary: New Delhi: A Singapore doctor who performed a post-mortem examination on an Indian gang-rape victim ...
THE pathologist who botched the post-mortem examination on newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson who died in the G20 riots was banned from working as a doctor yesterday.
A GIRL of 11 who was hit by a speedboat after falling from a banana boat died of severe leg injuries, a post-mortem examination revealed.