Post Mortem


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Post Mortem

A slang term for a meeting or series of meetings in which participants attempt to discover what went wrong with a failed project. For example, if a marketing campaign does not increase sales of a product, the company may conduct a post mortem to determine why it did not.
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The post mortem functionality also allows teams to gather after an incident to coauthor and further perfect the resolution.
Prof Van Velzen responded two months later, claiming no post mortem was carried out 'in the classic sense
After the reluctance of the other two state pathologists, a third, Angeliki Papetta, agreed to do the post mortem.
The dead body of the young girl was lying in the room till 9:00 am and no lady doctor came to the hospital for post mortem and later on the relatives of the slain started quarrelling with the doctor and other staff of the hospital and brought
Dad Harry, 63, said: "We took the decision to have a second post mortem done in Scotland as well as the one in Spain so that, if any more information comes to light, we won't have to face the heartache of having to exhume Chris's body.
Police have ruled out foul play, but said the post mortem was necessary.
They were due to appear before judge Claudia Matteini to decide if results from the original post mortem examination are sufficient to more accurately establish the time and cause of Miss Kercher's death.
PROFESSOR van Velzen did a full post mortem examination on the body of a 15-year-old boy without the parents' consent, the GMC heard today.
A spokeswoman said a post mortem would take place this morning.
A POST mortem exam was being carried out last night on a man who drowned in a lake in Co Cavan.
Mr Cotter said it was unlikely that a great deal would be found from a second post mortem examination but it was safer to carry one out for subsequent police inquiries or any future trial.
Problems were missed in 39 per cent of cases when medical records were compared to post mortem results.