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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In the meantime, DFA said Kuwaiti authorities have yet to finish the autopsy report conducted on the remains of Dayag
A good autopsy pathologist needs to be an excellent general pathologist.
Further, she concluded that the victim had died around three to five hours before the autopsy was conducted.
An exploratory and descriptive research design was used in order to gain a detailed description of the psychosocial implications of stillbirth, with special attention to perceptions on autopsies, including regrets regarding their initial indication or whether autopsy eased the bereavement process.
The military said an autopsy was done and his organs removed for examination due to the unusual nature of his death.
These findings are critical and need confirmation and are obtained from the autopsy examination.
The present study was conducted on lung specimens of 410 routine autopsies received in the Department of Pathology, Autopsy section of the tertiary care hospital in Ahmedabad, Gujarat to find out the frequency of various pulmonary alterations at autopsy.
Because Carswell's widow Linda first challenged the hospital in court more than three years after her husband's autopsy, and because autopsies are part of the professional services related to the medical care hospitals provide, it was too late to sue for malpractice claims, the Supreme Court found.
The ministry said a detailed forensic report will be released on Monday containing the autopsy's official results.
However, the Israeli authorities only agreed to allow a Palestinian doctor inside the room while the autopsy was conducted only to observe and to take notes; no real participation in the autopsy by a Palestinian doctor will be allow, Safiya stated.
Autopsy for medical purpose was performed on the deceased after receiving written consent from the next of kin.