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  1. Nov 13, 1982 · The presence of alcohol in the blood at forensic necropsy was also noted. Alcohol-related Death We created a cause of death category, [quot]alcohol-related death[quot]: a death was included in this category if high alcohol consumption was considered the major underlying cause in the chain of events leading to the death.

    • Bo Petersson, Hans Kristensson, Peter Krantz, Erik Trell, NilsH. Sternby
    • 96
    • 1982
  2. Sep 04, 2020 · Cause-of-death (COD) may be defined as ultimate/underlying (UCOD), (the first initiating event in the chain of events resulting in death; this often includes the clinical history, e.g. dystocia), intermediate and proximate/terminal (PCOD), (final event/mechanism causing death; often from the necropsy examination, e.g. fractured spine or asphyxia).

    • John F. Mee
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    • 2020
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  4. Death is the permanent, irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. Brain death is sometimes used as a legal definition of death. The remains of a previously living organism normally begin to decompose shortly after death.

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    Animal’s death were recorded daily and subjected to necropsy examination in order to determine the cause of death. Before each slaughter (77 days of age by cutting the carotid artery and jugula veins) the animals were weighed. The carcasses were chilled for 24 hours at 4°C, Then dissected according to the

  6. in the subsequent necropsy to suggest an underlying health concern that contributed to the seal's death. Histopathology of all major organs identified incidental age‐ related findings in multiple organs but none that would have predisposed this seal to mortality or contributed to cause of death.

  7. Jun 22, 2007 · After a properly conducted autopsy, a small proportion of cases will not reveal a cause of death. This is probably of the order of 2–5%. However, before the death is recorded as unascertained, it is important that appropriate ancillary investigations have been conducted. These tests include toxicology, microbiology and genetic testing where appropriate. The history and scene examination ...

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