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au·top·sy

 (ô′tŏp′sē, ô′təp-)
n. pl. au·top·sies
1. Examination of a cadaver to determine or confirm the cause of death. Also called necropsy, postmortem, postmortem examination.
2. A critical assessment or examination after the fact: a post-election campaign autopsy.
tr.v. au·top·sied, au·top·sying, au·top·sies
To subject to an autopsy.

[Greek autopsiā, a seeing for oneself : auto-, auto- + opsis, sight; see okw- in Indo-European roots.]

au·top′sic, au·top′si·cal adj.
au′top′sist n.
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autopsy

(ˈɔːtəpsɪ; ɔːˈtɒp-)
n, pl -sies
1. (Pathology) Also called: necropsy or postmortem examination dissection and examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death
2. an eyewitness observation
3. any critical analysis
[C17: from New Latin autopsia, from Greek: seeing with one's own eyes, from auto- + opsis sight]
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au•top•sy

(ˈɔ tɒp si, ˈɔ təp-)

n., pl. -sies, n.
1. the inspection and dissection of a body after death, as for determination of the cause of death; postmortem examination.
2. a critical analysis of something after it has taken place or been completed.
v.t.
3. to perform an autopsy on.
[1645–55; < Greek autopsía a seeing with one's own eyes =aut- aut- + ópsis -opsis]
au′top•sist, n.
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au·top·sy

(ô′tŏp′sē)
A medical examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death.
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autopsy

an inspection and dissection of a body after death, usually to determine the cause of death. Also called necropsy, post-mortem examination.
See also: Corpses
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autopsy

A scientific examination of a dead body carried out in order to determine the cause of death.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.autopsy - an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by diseaseautopsy - an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease
examination, scrutiny - the act of examining something closely (as for mistakes)
Verb1.autopsy - perform an autopsy on a dead bodyautopsy - perform an autopsy on a dead body; do a post-mortem
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
examine, see - observe, check out, and look over carefully or inspect; "The customs agent examined the baggage"; "I must see your passport before you can enter the country"
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autopsy

noun postmortem, dissection, postmortem examination, necropsy The autopsy report gave the cause of death as poisoning.
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Translations
تَشْريح جُثَّه
pitva
autopsiobduktion
autopsijaobdukcija
líkskoîun, krufning
검시
skrodimas
sekcija
obduktion

autopsy

[ˈɔːtɒpsɪ] Nautopsia f
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autopsy

[ˈɔːtɒpsi] nautopsie fAuto show nSalon m de l'autoauto worker nouvrier/ière m/f de l'industrie automobile
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autopsy

nAutopsie f, → Leichenöffnung f
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autopsy

[ˈɔːtɒpsɪ] nautopsia
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autopsy

(ˈoːtopsi) plural ˈautopsies noun
a medical examination of a body after death.
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au·top·sy

n. autopsia, examen de un cadáver.
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autopsy

n (pl -sies) autopsia, necropsia
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The findings were noted from autopsy record of the respective cases: Gross examination of all organs, Provisional cause of death, the microscopic examination findings of every organ in every case including routine haematoxylin-eosin and special stains as per requirement like GMS and PAS, the final cause of death as reported after critical histopathology examination.
Analysis of autopsy record was done and cases of asphyxial deaths and the cause of asphyxia was noted.
To develop the algorithm, we reviewed the autopsy record for each case in the development group.
The Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology in Khyber Medical College receives all bodies for autopsies from district Peshawar and suburbs and has carried analysis of autopsy record in the years 20011, 20022, 20033 and 20044.
Sobia Nizami, M.D., from the NYU School of Medicine in New York City, and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of autopsy records and charts to examine trends in the cause of death of HIV-infected patients who underwent autopsy at a major New York City hospital from 1984 to 2016.
In 1998, foreign epidemiologists Munger RG and Booton EA published a report in an international journal, titled 'Bangungut in Manila: Sudden and unexplained death in sleep of adult Filipinos,' based on autopsy records from 1948 to 1982.
Autopsy records revealed alcohol and prescription medicines.
Despite the finalization of the autopsy records, other details leading up to her death are being kept private.