ante-mortem

ante-mortem

adj, adv
(esp in legal or medical contexts) before death
[Latin]
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I can't make use of such an ante-mortem statement as that."
We wrangled over a good many ante-mortem outburts, but I finally got him to cut his obituary down to this, which he copied into his memorandum-book, purposing to get it by heart:
The lens opacity prevented the performance of a proper fundus examination, which made it difficult to define an ante-mortem ophthalmic diagnosis.
The Food Standards Agency found that Birmingham Halal Abattoir Ltd, which trades as Pak Mecca Meats, killed 41 sheep without carrying out an "ante-mortem" inspection.
It added that the expert opinion helped the IO to know about the timing of ante-mortem injuries and possible position of the suspect while causing injuries and the crime weapon that resulted in ante-mortem injuries.
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The post-mortem report released by the forest department read, "The ante-mortem wound in the neck region was infested with maggots and the subsequent infection had led to septicemia, resulting in multiple organ failure."
The official veterinarian will decide whether these operations are needed before approving the meat for human consumption based on the epidemiological data of the farm of origin, the information of the food chain of the animals, the conclusions of ante-mortem inspection and the visual detection of post-mortem anomalies [21].
Thereafter, SPO1 Luis went to the hospital to investigate and took his ante-mortem statement.
The post mortem report suggested that he died of "shock as a result of ante-mortem (before death) injuries sustained over body." Of course, Akbar who reared a dream around the newly purchased cow, must have dreaded the indifferent spectators and inactive police than the violent mob!