intravitam

intravitam

(ˌɪntrəˈviːtæm)
adv
(Medicine) med during life
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After diagnosis of OPXV infection, we collected additional biopsy specimens from skin lesions of the diseased cat intravitam and then used for subsequent virologic investigations.
Gama, "Analysis of colored teeth from Precolumbian tlatelolco: postmortem transformation or intravitam processes?" American Journal of Physical Anthropology, vol.
With this aim, we assessed the reliability of cytologic and macroscopic findings compared with histologic results by using testicular samples from different psittacine bird species obtained intravitam or at necropsy.
Bourhy, "Intravitam diagnosis of human rabies by PCR using saliva and cerebrospinal fluid," Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol.
(13) Several studies have evaluated testicular histology in different psittacine birds but mainly via intravitam or postmortem removal of testicles.
This may be because intravitam and postmortem findings are nonspecific.
Intravitam diagnosis of human rabies by PCR on saliva and cerebrospinal fluid.