How to use Autopsy in a sentence

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  • I saw the autopsy photo.

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  • I've called for help from Denver and the autopsy crew is on their way.

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  • The Medical Examiner's Office will conduct an autopsy.

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  • Do you have a facility where we can perform an autopsy?

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  • At precisely the same moment, in London, Prof Von Hagans began the first public autopsy for 170 years.

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  • I invite you to join with us in doing an autopsy on the life of the Lord Jesus.

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  • Brittany Murphy's husband, Simon Monjack told the coroner's office that he did not want an autopsy performed on his wife.

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  • Wasn't there an autopsy?

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  • She said the autopsy had turned up something really strange.

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  • On Friday, February 9, an autopsy was performed on Anna Nicole Smith.

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  • The final autopsy report is due out by mid-March 2007.

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  • Mays' family has responded to the release of the autopsy reports, stating the report contains "…extremely speculative conclusions" regarding Mays' cause of death.

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  • The family is considering conducting a private autopsy.

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  • Some hurtful rumors are circulating that Murphy's passing was due to drugs or a rumored eating disorder, but the exact cause of death will not be known until the autopsy results are complete.

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  • An autopsy concluded that she was intoxicated and that may have been a contributor to her death.

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  • The autopsy confirmed that he'd been strangled.

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  • Not quite a comedy, not quite a true-life story, not quite a thriller, Alien Autopsy manages a bit of everything.

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  • Typically, all other causes of death have been ruled out through an autopsy and review of the infant's medical history.

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  • If no other reasonable cause of death is found during an infant's autopsy than the death is defined as SIDS.

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  • That leads me to believe it wasn't distemper in this case, although only an autopsy would show for certain.

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  • Do Science - A nice site for students and teachers with a wide variety of projects, from an alien autopsy to slam-dunk sports projects.

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  • Autopsy results proved Heath took an accidental yet deadly combination of prescription drugs.

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  • When Anna Nicole Smith's autopsy results were released, it said her February 8, 2007 death was from an accidental overdose of "methadone, anti-anxiety and weight-reducing drugs and, possibly, vitamins, among other substances."

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  • Now, it appears that the autopsy results have been officially made public.

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  • The first autopsy performed could not pinpoint, nor indicate a cause of death for the young and talented actor.

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  • Autopsy reports state that the combination of all these prescription medications is what led to the actor's death.

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  • They are investigating the death as an apparent suicide and are waiting on a final autopsy report to determine the final cause of death.

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  • The Travolta family remains in the Bahamas awaiting the results of Jett's autopsy, which is expected to be completed within the next week.

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  • The autopsy results of pitchman Billy Mays have been released to a bit of controversy.

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  • The L.A. County coroner's office has released the Casey Johnson autopsy findings.

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  • While the autopsy questioned the day-old curious knife wound in his backside, it was assumed he'd stupidly sat on a very sharp object.

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  • While I can't say for certain he'd been drinking—the autopsy hasn't been performed yet—I know from past experience that many of our teenagers drink regularly.

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  • A local autopsy was rushed through in the wee hours of the night and the remains of the obese thug were airborne, in route to Pennsylvania as they spoke.

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  • Next day an autopsy was held at which it was stated that a child apparently about ten years of age, "which the commissioners told us was the late Louis Capet's son," had died of a scrofulous affection of long standing.

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  • The movie follows two friends who make a spoof documentary, which they claim is footage of a secret autopsy on an alien.

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  • Test-tube experiments on brain tissue from autopsy confirmed this dopamine deficiency.

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  • The autopsy showed "subtle findings," such as blood in her stomach that would have occurred from shock prior to her death.

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  • The death continues to be under investigation and authorities say it should take about three weeks to get autopsy results back.

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  • Natural deaths are not usually investigated, but when drugs, alcohol or foul play are thought to play a role in a death, an autopsy is almost always ordered.

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  • Although heavy drug use was implicated in The King's death, a later autopsy report declared that Presley died from a sudden heart attack.

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  • In the United States, autopsy studies for DiGeorge syndrome accounted for 0.7 percent of 3469 postmortem examinations in the Seattle, Washington, area over a period of 25 years.

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  • Traditionally, there is no autopsy, embalmment, or cremation.

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  • One autopsy report stated that Sally had died six days prior, but another coroner states that she had already been dead for a minimum of three to four weeks.

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  • While I can't say for certain he'd been drinking—the autopsy hasn't been performed yet—I know from past experience that many of our teenagers drink regularly.

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  • An autopsy would surely reveal Fitzgerald's knife wound, bringing Lydia Larkin's complicity into play, and probably Dean's.

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  • Is it just me or does that sound very alien autopsy?

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  • And with modern imaging technology, we need no longer even wait for human autopsy to find out what is wrong and where.

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  • Rachel's safe, predictable existence is shaken up by an invitation to conduct a psychological autopsy on a colleague, Alix Price.

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  • After her death they would perform a full autopsy and use her brain to further the study of dementia.

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  • It is also possible to obtain cadavers from the pathology department of universities, where disease-ridden animals are donated for autopsy.

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  • At the end of the experiment the undercover investigator filmed an autopsy being performed on a monkey which was still alive.

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  • Lungs, hilar lymph nodes, and spleen are removed at autopsy for tuberculosis culture and histology.

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  • Also an autopsy is also done to rule out other issues, such as abuse, or illness.

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  • An autopsy revealed she died from an accidental overdose of sleeping pills, which were lethal when combined with the other prescription drugs she took.

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  • Her throat had been cut and the results of the autopsy showed the little girl had died two days after she was abducted.

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  • Autopsy. The autopsy, usually performed by a medical examiner or coroner, focuses on finding any identifiable cause of death.

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  • Autopsy studies of individuals with pervasive developmental disorders have shown that brain cell structure is different, particularly in the brain stem area.

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  • Initially, authorities believed that Mays died of a heart attack, but now, an autopsy report is revealing that there may have been a bunch of other contributing factors to Mays' death.

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  • An autopsy declared he suffered cardiac arrest as a direct result of heavy drug use.

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  • While parents may reject the idea of an autopsy because they feel it violates their infant's remains, it is often the only tool that can definitively rule out other potential causes of death.

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