necropsy

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necropsy

[′ne‚kräp·sē]
(medicine)
To perform an autopsy.
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As shown in the following report, there were no significant differences between the weights, laboratory chemistry, hematology, and necroscopy reports in drug-treated and control rats.
Researchers scanned the goat's head with computed tomography (CT) and conducted an animal autopsy, necroscopy. The goat lived for only 10 hours after birth.
Necroscopy. 24 hours following cessation of last treatments, rats were sacrificed under anaesthetization in slight chloroform.