necropsy


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necropsy

[′ne‚kräp·sē]
(medicine)
To perform an autopsy.
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Through necropsy we may find an obvious cause of death or we may still have questions and need to send samples off to a diagnostic lab for more specialized testing.
The turtle has no existing tag when she was found and is now at the BFAR 7 for necropsy by a veterinarian.
Branches of the CAHFS laboratory in Davis, Turlock, Tulare and San Bernardino conduct the necropsy service, which is available to owners of fewer than 1,000 birds (chickens, turkeys, game birds and waterfowl).
The MacroPATH D Digital Imaging System for grossing and necropsy environments is now available.
Kimberly Durham, a biologist with the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Prevention, performed the necropsy on Sunday.
On January 29, a necropsy of the porpoise was performed in a small room at university A by a faculty member, two students, and a community volunteer.
Marine Biologists have conducted a necropsy to find out the cause of death and have identified the animal as a youngster.
Whereas, the doctors said that the real story would be revealed after necropsy reports of the deceased.
A necropsy was performed on March 21 and preliminary test results show Knut's sudden death may have been caused by brain abnormalities.
Her bones now lie in two cardboard boxes, one containing her skull and another the many ribs and vertebrae recovered after her death and necropsy (animal autopsy).
A LIVELY DAY IN THE WHOI NECROPSY LAB--Researchers examine the body of a common dolphin that died the day before in Harwich, Mass.
Necropsy was carried out at the tertiary hospital to establish a diagnosis.