Postmortem Sentence Examples
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.
Following a postmortem in 1838 he developed typhus and almost died.
A doctor can only arrange do a hospital postmortem with written consent from the next of kin.
Postmortem histopathology from nearly fifty years ago demonstrated the consistent presence of poliovirus lesions in specific brain areas.
Curiously, while the Bulgarian government had agreed to allow the German doctors to perform a postmortem, the king's own family had refused.
It was immediately after the latter had conducted the second postmortem, on 19 May, that the body was released for cremation.
At an election postmortem this week, a number of senior party figures expressed concern at the nature of this yearÃ¢s campaign.
A second postmortem revealed that his injuries had not been caused by the weights or another object hitting him in the water.