antemortem


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antemortem

[¦an·tē¦mȯr·dəm]
(medicine)
Before death.
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Antemortem injection of HAT inhibitor eliminated the effect of AMPK activation on protein acetylation (Figure 2), which simultaneously diminished the effect of AICAR on glycolysis in postmortem muscle (Table 1).
Two scenarios with the most agreement were: "I will serve by maintaining accurate antemortem dental records" (n=210, 64%) and "I will seek more information and decide once I am better informed" (n=220, 67%).
576 PMTL postmortem tooth 53 7,48 220 10,82 103 loss (diente perdido postmortem) AMTL antemortem tooth 87 12,28 280 13,77 139 loss (diente perdido antemortem) * DIENTES 568 80,23 1.
Therefore, sustained (longer than several hours) antemortem temperatures outside of the range from 36[degrees]C to 38[degrees]C range should be indicative of compromised health conditions, such as starvation or disease.
However, antemortem structural differences between DLB and PDD have been detected using fMRI and PET.
Their presence can yield many clues to both antemortem and postmortem circumstances of the crime.
The occlusal surfaces show pitting, scratching and enamel chipping of antemortem origin, indicating the intense use of the teeth.
2) The technological advances in the twentieth century have allowed scientists to look inside the human body without performing dissections or to conduct an antemortem study even without performing surgery.
Este proceso de identificacion puede ser comparativo lo cual permite cotejar los registros odontologicos antemortem (obtenidos de la historia clinica, ayudas diagnosticas y examenes complementarios.
According to sources at AIIMS, the preliminary postmortem report states that Singh's death occurred due to hanging and that Singh's body had no antemortem injuries.
4 % patients with melanoma to the GI tract have the diagnosis made antemortem.