Definition of Autopsies

1. Noun. (plural of autopsy) ¹



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Definition of Autopsies

1. autopsy [v] - See also: autopsy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Autopsies

autopolymer
autopolymer resin
autopolymerization
autopolyploid
autopolyploids
autopolyploidy
autopositioning
autoprocessing
autoprotective
autoprotolysis
autopsia
autopsias
autopsic
autopsical
autopsied
autopsies (current term)
autopsist
autopsists
autopsorin
autopsy
autopsying
autoptic
autoptical
autoptically
autoradiogram
autoradiograms
autoradiograph
autoradiographed
autoradiographic
autoradiographs

Literary usage of Autopsies

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1. Report of the Committee on Inquiry Into the Departments of Health, Charities by New York (N.Y.). Board of estimate and apportionment. Committee on inquiry into the Departments of health, charities, and Bellevue and allied hospitals, George McAneny, Henry Collier Wright (1913)
"Very rapid progress has been made in the art of diagnosing because of the facts brought out by autopsies, but advance along these lines has been made much ..."

2. Experiments with Oxygen on Disease: Tuberculosis, Bright's Disease, Et Al by James Todd (1916)
"When we first commenced this work, we were totally ignorant of the significance of the autopsies; those who performed them could tell us nothing of value ..."

3. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1908)
"There have been a large number of autopsies performed by the Bureau of Government Laboratories and its successor, the Bureau of Science since the American ..."

4. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1920)
"During the past twenty-three years 4256 autopsies have been performed at the Boston City Hospital, and in 400 (9.4 per cent. ..."

5. Report by New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Health (1902)
"Number of inspections 1728 autopsies (human) 3 autopsies (animal) 16 " histological examinations 6 bacteriological diagnoses of suspected diphtheria 13544 ..."

6. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1918)
"Mr. ALBERT MATTHEWS read the following — NOTES ON EARLY autopsies AND ... However that may have been, some notes on autopsies and anatomical studies and ..."

7. The Cancer Problem by William Seaman Bainbridge (1914)
"IMPORTANCE OF autopsies IN THE COMPILATION OF CANCER STATISTICS Bashford and Murray * point out the frequency with which malignant new growths present ..."

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