The most common for carrying out a detailed medical examination of a dead person – a post-mortem or autopsy – is when it is necessary to the cause of death. In some circumstances, a doctor may be allowed to perform a post-mortem in pursuit of medical . The examination is usually performed by a pathologist, and dissection of the body, and tests done on blood, tissues and internal organs, but sometimes it is performed by a doctor.
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