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Things autopsy often describes (“autopsy ________”)
findings, studies, specimen, study, reports, examination, data, nos., results, series, report, material, diagnosis, specimens, pathology, evidence, no., examinations, records, cases, case, samples, statistics, incidence, procedures, rates, finding, permission, observations, diagnoses, confirmation, notes, figures, kidney, materials, comparison, shows, tissue, appearances, tissues, photographs, liver, eye, autopsies, surgery, verification, show, technique, table, surveys, lesions, evaluation, protocols, prevalence, investigations, correlations, medical, proof, protocol, photograph, proven, technicians, handbooks, preparation, correlation, tables, inspection, pathologists, permits

How autopsy often is described (“________ autopsy”)
psychological, complete, first, second, full, subsequent, routine, forensic, careful, medicolegal, immediate, thorough, official, legal, perinatal, partial, incidental, medical, common, original, detailed, verbal, unauthorized, preliminary, proper, independent, limited, alien, gross, actual, negative, initial, fetal, clinical, later, postmortem, standard, formal, frequent, mortem, adequate, usual, psychiatric, occasional, quick, virtual, extensive, pediatric, sterile, incomplete, underwent, crude, conventional, meticulous, physiological, wrongful, molecular, premature, belated


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See autopsy used in context: 9 rhymes, several books and articles.

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