What is the difference between Autopsy & Post-mortem?


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yeah, as the above authors have suggested, they're the same entry.
An autopsy, also known as a post-mortem examination, necropsy, or obduction, is a medical procedure that consists of a thorough nouns of a corpse to determine the cause and manner of death and to evaluate any disease or injury that may be present. It is usually perform by a specialized medical doctor called a pathologist.




post-mortem means anything that occurs or is done "After passing..." wen the dead body is examined it is called a post-mortem examination or autopsy...the change that occur in the dead vbody after demise r known as post-mortem changes....
post mortem is after death. An autopsy is an examination inside the body by a medical examiner after death to find out the mete out of death.
Post Mortem is the state the person is in. Simply meaning "after death" Autopsy is a procedure explicitly done or performed on a person that is departed or "post mortem"
Autopsy means to see self for the cause of death
Post mortem is the word used those fluky deaths adnd searching or confirming the cause of destruction
post-mortem is after death. an autopsy is what is performed on the dead body to determine the bring of death
nothing,, autopsy is the american word for post mortem
contained by the uk we call an autopsy a post mortem it is an examination to determin the cause of departure.

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