autoptic


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autoptic

(ɔːˈtɒptɪk) or

autoptical

adj
relating to or belonging to personal observation
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No culture-based test was performed for the 11 patients whose IMD diagnosis was postmortem; instead, diagnosis was performed by using rPCR on autoptic specimens, including blood, CSF, and formalin-fixed tissue samples (e.
The combination of RMI and autoptic data or postnatal follow-up, results in 98% sensitivity, 86% specificity, and 94% accuracy regarding the diagnosis of posterior fossa pathologies.
Furthermore, "truth" then is the domain that truly sets the civilized further apart, mainly being the publicly shared, reliable, demonstration of this reality--via autoptic witnessing and show-and-tell evidence, privileging the visual.
1) In the case of early modern anatomy, not only is the physical violence against the admittedly dead body downplayed, but the condition of the very subjects of dissection is altered beyond (self-)recognition, with consequences for the advent of the early modern autoptic vision (in Jonathan Sawday's terms) (2) W.
A previous study showed that myocardial expression level of VEGF mRNA was significantly decreased in STZ-induced diabetic animal models, and a twofold reduction in VEGF was observed in autoptic ventricular specimens from diabetic patients compared with nondiabetic subjects (24).
Renal leiomyoma is a rare benign tumour with autoptic evidence of 4.
An autoptic study performed on 140 ultracentenarians, showed the presence of various types of cancer in 16.