Autopsy

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Autopsy

[House] `Autopsy` is the second episode of the second season of House, which premiered on the Fox network on September 20, 2005. House and team struggle to diagnose a young girl whose cancer is not causing her more immediate symptoms. ==Plot== House and his team struggle to find the cause of hallucinations that Andie (Sasha Pieterse) is see...
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autopsy

[n] - an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease 2. [v] - perform an autopsy
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autopsy

necropsy Post-mortem examination of the organs and body tissue to determine cause of death or pathological condition.
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Autopsy

the examination of a body following death, possibly to determine the cause of death or for research
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Autopsy

Our Autopsy Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Autopsy Autopsy: A postmortem examination. Also called a necropsy. Autopsies have been done for more than 2,000 years but during most of this time they were rarely done, and then only for legal purposes. The Roman physician Antistius performed one of the earlie...
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Autopsy

Au'top·sy noun [ Greek ..., from ... seen by one's self; ... self + ... seen: confer French autopsie . See Optic , adjective ] 1. Personal observation or examination; seeing with one's own eyes; ocular view. « By autopsy and experiment. C...
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autopsy

<procedure> A surgical procedure, postmortem, which involves the examination of body tissues, often to determine cause of death. ... (02 Jan 1998) ...
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autopsy

necropsy noun an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease
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autopsy

verb perform an autopsy on a dead body; do a post-mortem
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autopsy

(aw´top-se) examination of a body after death to determine the cause of death; it may be ordered by a coroner or medical examiner when the cause of death is unknown or the death has taken place under suspicious circumstances. Autopsies are also valuable sources of medical knowledge. Unless it is demanded by public...
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Autopsy

• (a.) Personal observation or examination; seeing with one`s own eyes; ocular view. • (a.) Dissection of a dead body, for the purpose of ascertaining the cause, seat, or nature of a disease; a post-mortem examination.
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autopsy

dissection and examination of a dead body and its organs and structures to determine the cause of death, to observe the effects of disease, and to ... [3 related articles]
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autopsy

autopsy, autopsia, autoptical, autoptically 1. An exhaustive critical personal examination or inspection of something. 2. The medical examination of a dead body in order to establish the cause and circumstances of death; also referred to as, 'remains to be seen'. Autopsy: remains to be seen. —Leonard L. Levinson Another definition of autopsy: ...
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Autopsy

A surgical procedure that is performed after death. The body and tissues are examined, often to determine the cause of death. Women that lose their baby to stillbirth or miscarriage can often request that an autopsy be performed to provide answers as to why the loss occurred.
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autopsy

autopsy: see post-mortem examination.
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Autopsy

Autopsy literally means a personal observation or inspection, but the term is commonly restricted to a postmortem examination.
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autopsy

Type: Term Pronunciation: aw′top-sē Definitions: 1. An examination of the organs of a dead body to determine the cause of death or to study the pathologic changes present. 2. In the terminology of the ancient Greek school of empirics, the intentional reproduction of an effect, event, or circumstance that occurred in the course of a disea...
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autopsy

Examination of the internal organs and tissues of a dead body, performed to try to establish the cause of death
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Autopsy

[disambiguation] Autopsy is an examination of a corpse in order to determine cause of death. Autopsy may also refer to: ...
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Autopsy

An autopsy — also known as a post-mortem examination, necropsy (particularly as to non-human bodies), autopsia cadaverum, or obduction — is a highly specialized surgical procedure that consists of a thorough examination of a corpse to determine the cause and manner of death and to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present. It is usual...
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Autopsy

A physician's examination of the body of a deceased person to determine the cause of death.
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Autopsy

[software] Autopsy is a user interface that makes it simpler to deploy many of the open source programs and plugins used in the Sleuth Kit collection. The graphical user interface displays the results from the forensic search of the underlying volume making it easier for investigators to flag pertinent sections of the data. The tool is larg...
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