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MIKAELAH L.

GALIAS
11- NEWTON
ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES

AUTOPSY SURGEON’S REPORT


Death occurred from the effects of asphyxia, cerebral anemia and shock. Local marks of
the ligature were readily discernible there were some abrasion and a slight ecchymosis in the
skin. But I found no obvious lesion in the blood vessels of the neck.
Cyanosis of the head was very slight and there were no pronounced hemorrhages in the
galea of the scalp. I should judge that very great compression was affected almost immediately,
with compression of the arteries as well of as the vein, and that the superior laryngeal nerve
was traumatized in the effect of throwing the victim into profound shock.
The lungs revealed cyanosis, congestion over aeration and sub pleural hemorrhages.

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