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Indeed, researchers would later confirm the importance of postmortem infections in Ebola’s spread.
They realized that if postmortem transmission — from the handling of the deceased during funerals — was a primary source of new Ebola infections, then most experts were probably assuming generation intervals for the disease that were too short.
One 1971 survey in the British Medical Journal found that close to half the widows in Wales and England had seen their mates postmortem.
There was a postmortem conversation after the seven-week program ended, but this publisher described it as “informal” and that the platform didn’t go in depth on the program’s results.‘We’ll give you money’: TikTok getting publishers’ attention by including them in $1 billion Creator Fund|Tim Peterson|August 28, 2020|Digiday
So far, the map has data from over 24,000 thinly sliced sections from 23 postmortem brains covering most years of adulthood at the cellular level.These Scientists Just Completed a 3D ‘Google Earth’ for the Brain|Shelly Fan|August 5, 2020|Singularity Hub
The gloomy postmortem has begun, but team manager Roy Hodgson is not resigning.England Eliminated From World Cup 2014: The ‘Years of Hurt’ Continue|Tim Teeman|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
New postmortem tweeting projects are aiming to push the boundaries of life, death, and social media.
Postmortem examinations later showed no signs of assault or defensive wounds on her body.Oscar Pistorius Murder Case: What We’ve Learned So Far|Melissa Leon|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“I have not seen an honest postmortem assessment yet,” she told me.
In the end I might leave one gleaming flake or so amidst the slag heaps for a moment of postmortem sympathy.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells
I think—yes—in that we would have, particularly, postmortem examined the body much more carefully than we did.Warren Commission (6 of 26): Hearings Vol. VI (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
The failure to obtain secretin in some cases they claim is probably due to the rapid postmortem degeneration of diabetic tissue.
It was a constant source of surprise to his students to note how well the master's diagnosis agreed with postmortem findings.
Observations made postmortem showed that his clinical observations were justified by the differences observed in the organ.
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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.”