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postmortem

1. occurring after death
2. dissection and examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death

postmortem

[pōst′mȯrd·əm]
(computer science)
Any action taken after an operation is completed to help analyze that operation.
(medicine)
Occurring after death.
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The AIIMS administration categorically denies any such allegation that there was any attempt to pressurise Dr Sudhir Gupta to change the postmortem report." Meanwhile, Tharoor on Wednesday sought a speedy inquiry for a clear and definitive conclusion to probe into the cause of death of his wife.
"The mere fact that the husband had not seen the blades in the house before is an indication that they were brought in the house by the suspect with a purpose," the report says.REMANDbrThe police said that from the postmortem report and the witness statement, there is concrete evidence that there was intention to commit a crime.
He sent images of the postmortem report to local reporters, but they were not clear.
'The deceased passed away after she was suffocated by way of a pillow placed on her nose,' the initial postmortem report stated Sunday.
Lord Hutton, whose inquiry in 2004 concluded Dr Kelly committed suicide, said yesterday: "There was no secrecy surrounding the postmortem report because it had always been available for examination by counsel representing the interested parties during the inquiry."
Police said that after received postmortem report they would provide further detail.
Toxic spray was used to kill the four women who were found dead in Toba Tek Singh under mysterious circumstances, postmortem report found on Sunday.
The postmortem report revealed that the animal sustained a bullet wound.
The postmortem report confirmed that he was strangulated.
The body was shifted to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for a postmortem report. Separately, armed robbers tried to loot an 18-year-old boy, Owais, in Lyari's Moosa Lane, but he offered them resistance on which the robbers shot and injured him.
Miana Gondal Police got his postmortem report and registered FIR against four persons nominated by father of the victim.
The court was told that the body, packed in a sack, also bore torture marks, which were endorsed by postmortem report.