unascertained


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unascertained

(ʌnˌæsəˈteɪnd)
adj
not made certain or known; unidentified
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It added the fall in unexplained infant deaths from 2016 to 2017 was "largely driven" by a fall in unascertained deaths, when no medical cause was recorded, from 109 to 74.
A post-mortem was carried out and his medical cause of death was given as being unascertained.
To a question, he said the cause of the fire remained unascertained.
Statements read out by coroners officers Albert Howard-Murphy, on behalf of pathologist Dr Rodgers, and DI Jackie Guiness, of Merseyside Police, stated that the cause of death remained unascertained.
A pathologist report conducted by Stephen Leadbeatter gave the medical cause of death as unascertained. Ms Knight accepted this when making her conclusions.
"We try very hard to find explanations but in some circumstances they remain unascertained."
But there was not enough evidence to determine a cause of death, which was recorded as "unascertained".
They informed that it was food poisoning due to some unascertained reasons.
"The precise effect of their exposure on their long term health remains unclear albeit medical tests indicate that their mental capacity might be compromised to an unknown and so far unascertained degree," Judge David Williams said in his ruling.
The cause of death from his perspective was unascertained.