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Post Mortem(2020)12 Available Subtitles ((TOP))

Vitreous fluid, if available, may be evaluated for the presence of several analytes, including sodium, potassium, chloride, urea nitrogen, creatinine, glucose, and ketones/acetone. Immediately after death, vitreous analyte levels reflect terminal antemortem serum concentrations better than postmortem blood samples do, owing to the fact that vitreous fluid is contained within the eye and is partially protected from the byproducts of cellular autolysis. Urea nitrogen and creatinine levels show the most postmortem stability; sodium and chloride levels are relatively stable over the early PMI but decline as decomposition progresses. Typically, markedly decreased levels of sodium and chloride and a markedly increased potassium level are reflective of decomposition.

Post Mortem(2020)12 Available subtitles

The ideal case provides direct imaging correlation between gross and histologic features and the imaging appearance. For this reason, we require gross and histology images. The best correlation with imaging is obtained with planning for intraoperative photographs and sectioned gross specimens (working with your surgeons and pathology colleagues at the time of treatment and diagnosis) in planes that complement imaging. If the lesion is only biopsied or curetted for definitive treatment, then histology alone is acceptable. All cases should be accompanied by radiographs whenever possible. CT studies should have both bone and soft tissue windows. MR images should include some type of T1- and T2-weighted sequences. Pre- and post-contrast MR images should also be included, if available. Sonography should include Doppler evaluation, if possible. 041b061a72


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