autoptic

autoptic

(ɔːˈtɒptɪk) or

autoptical

adj
relating to or belonging to personal observation
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The found high prevalence is in accordance to the published data from an autoptic case series by Glassmann, in this study gynecomastia was found in 40% of examined patients (3).
Anabolic androgenic steroid (AAS) related deaths: autoptic, histopathological and toxicological findings.
In an autoptic study Schwarz and coworkers [23, 24] were able to confirm that indeed the coronary atherosclerotic lesions in CKD patients were more advanced than in nonrenal control patients and perhaps more importantly that particularly the calcified plaque lesions were significantly more present in CKD patients (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)).
These suggestions are supported by a prior study showing that catalytically active GGT colocalized with ox-LDL and [CD68.sup.+] foam cells within atherosclerotic plaques from autoptic studies and surgical endarterectomy [28].
Recent evidence indicates that TNF[alpha] released by activated microglia is essential in inducing the neurotoxic A1 phenotype in astrocytes that lose their trophic function [61] and A1 astroglial cells were found in autoptic tissues of patients with different neurodegenerative diseases, including ALS [61].
Prosperini et al., "Markers of mechanical asphyxia: immunohistochemical study on autoptic lung tissues," International Journal of Legal Medicine, vol.
Nowadays the prevalence of adrenal incidentalomas in radiological studies has come close to the autoptic data: approximately 2-4% in adult age, increasing up to 10% in elderly population.
Pleural involvement is common in RA with a prevalence of up to 50-70% in autoptic studies [7].
(24) In Sinclair's narration, the scientific operations of surgeon and coroner are ghosted by 'hieratic ritual', 'Egyptian autoptic rites' (p43).
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.g., kidney, adrenal gland, brain, and lung tissue).
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.