postmortem examinations later showed no signs of assault or defensive wounds on her body.
It seemed to me wed done something worth sittin around an havin a postmortem about.
They had ceased to be factors in the equation; they were 'non est' in the postmortem history of John Grier.
The doctor and the wife held a postmortem examination of the hat, and found the slice of Limberger.
Other authors have failed to demonstrate similar lesions, or have considered them due to postmortem change.
I think—yes—in that we would have, particularly, postmortem examined the body much more carefully than we did.
There was extensive hemorrhage into the brain, as shown by postmortem examination, the cerebral vessels being atheromatous.
In the end I might leave one gleaming flake or so amidst the slag heaps for a moment of postmortem sympathy.
It was a constant source of surprise to his students to note how well the master's diagnosis agreed with postmortem findings.
The postmortem examination did not entirely clear up the doubts of diagnosis.
postmortem post·mor·tem (pōst-môr'təm)
Relating to or occurring during the period after death. n.
Autopsy; figuratively, any analysis that follows an event: “When the convention is over, we'll have a postmortem to find ways of improving it for next year.” From Latin, meaning “after death.”