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Any particular smell of contents should always be noted. p65 25 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 25 In case of suspected poisoning, the entire stomach along with its contents is preserved. Intestines: Both small and large intestines should be inspected by cutting the mesentery and examined for congestion, ulcer & perforation. In cases of suspected poisoning a small part of the upper intestine is preserved. Liver: The liver should be examined for any injury, disease, etc. The surface of the liver should be inspected.

In chronic poisoning of heavy metals, the metal can be detected in the hair even after a long time. Singeing of the hair indicates burning. Anthropometry This system is used primarily for the identification of veteran criminals. It is also called Bertillon 8/12/07, 9:25 AM Identification system. It is applicable only to adults, as it is based on the principle that after 21 years of age no change occurs in the dimensions of the skeleton and ratio of the size of different parts to one another remains constant.

The report should be detailed, concise and clear. Unnecessary use of phrases/ words like ‘most probable’ or ‘likely’ should be avoided. If the doctor is not able to form an opinion immediately and needs report of the viscera, the cause of death should be kept pending and reasons should be written in the final report. A duplicate copy of the report should be kept for records. Alternative Way of Post-mortem Examination The following are the alternative ways to know the cause of death: 1. Psychological Autopsy: The term is sometimes used when perusal of medical and personal history is done along with circumstantial evidences like suicide note, scene of crime, etc.

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