Liver, post-mortem
liver postmortem
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Liver. Pathologist with a liver during a post-mortem. Here, the liver has been sliced open to allow an e amination of its interior. The liver is a large abdominal organ that plays a vital role in body metabolism, as well as producing bile to aid digestion. Post-mortem e aminations, also known as autopsies, are carried out to identify a cause of death, and to assess the health of a dead person's organs.

Date Created:
06 December 2010
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1.6 MB (5147 x 3425 px) 43.58 x 29.00 cm / 17.16 x 11.42 inch @ 300dpi/118.11ppc
Uncompressed size 50.44MB
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