necropsy


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necropsy

[′ne‚kräp·sē]
(medicine)
To perform an autopsy.
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Even before the stomach was opened for the necropsy, D'Bone Collector proprietor Darrell Blatchley already knew 'there are things which are compact inside its stomach.'
Its remains were brought to the D'Bone Collector Museum in Davao City for necropsy examination.
Police said the necropsy revealed the dog was alive at the time of the attack and that it was stabbed over a 100 times.
A necropsy was performed immediately after euthanasia.
The specimen was submitted to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MNDNR) in excellent condition and was frozen until necropsy. We conducted a detailed necropsy and 3D computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging at the Minnesota Veterinary' Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of Minnesota.
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 diagnosis of avian leukosis virus subgroup A (ALV-A) infection was confirmed by necropsy, histopathological examinations and PCR analysis.
The only reliable method of diagnosing hydatidosis in animals is by detection of cysts at necropsy. Therefore, present studies were undertaken to express three recombinant antigens EgAgB8/1, EgAgB8/2 and EPC1 known to be potent diagnostic antigens in human cystic echinococcosis and to assess their immunodiagnostic potential for cystic echinococcosis in goats.
At necropsy, the skin lesions were erythematous macules and papules, measured 2 to 4 mm in diameter which may become larger and nodular.
ECO Robert Nosal successfully concluded an investigation using DNA and necropsy technology.
The mortuary can be a dangerous place for the individual who is ignorant of, or who ignores, the potential hazards at necropsy. He/she put in danger himself/herself, colleagues working in the mortuary, pathologists, and anatomical pathology technicians (who have the highest rate of necropsy related morbidity), visitors to the mortuary (clinical staff and students), and those involved in handling the body (relatives, funeral directors, embalmers, and crematoria staff), or material derived from it (laboratory workers) after necropsy [6].
A necropsy on the dead animal was expected to be carried out on Tuesday.