necroscopic

necroscopic

(ˌnɛkrəˈskɒpɪk) or

necroscopical

adj
(Medicine) of or relating to a necropsy or postmortem examination
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These findings, combined with clinical, necroscopic, microbiologic, and histopathologic investigations, indicate hemorrhagic septicemia caused by P.
Most large tumors have not been treated specifically and have usually been found by autopsy or necroscopic analysis.
Additionally, upon necroscopic examination, it was evident that the content was composed mainly of voluminous food rather than grains.
In any case, it is not superfluous to point out that the amount of samples to be taken during the necropsy is of great importance; the diagnosis is often hampered by insufficient samples along with an incorrect choice of the necroscopic samples.
The woman, and the body politic of an imposed nation, waits as the necroscopic machine checks on a technicality: 'Is the potential risk neutralized, or does it still present a threat?'
Because of progression and severity of illness, the seal was euthanized and the carcass sent to the Department of Pathology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover (Hannover, Germany), for necroscopic analysis.
Necroscopic examination revealed suture properly placed and absence of subcutaneous inflammation close to the urethral orifice in all animals.
The carcass of 1 of the affected partridges was also subjected to necroscopic analysis of different tissues, including heart, intestine, lung, liver, kidney, brain, and feathers (Table).