1. Antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin against a firm object resulting in the removal of the epidermis.
  2. To touch or contact as with the tarsal plates of the closed eyelids.
  3. Group of chemicals used in adition to vascular (arterial) and cavity embalming fluids;includes but not limited to hardening compounds, preservativepowders, sealing agents, mold preventative agents, and pack application agents.
    Accessory Chemical
  4. A specific group of diseases or conditions which are indacative of severe immunosuppresion related to infection with the human immunodeficiency virus ( hiv) ; persons dead having AIDS may exhibit conditions such as wasting syndrome , extrapulmanary tuberculosis and kaposi sarcoma
  5. These levels are established to ensure adequate protection of employees at exposures below the OSHA limits, but mimnimize the compliance burdens for employers whose employees have below the 8 hour permisible exposure limit (PEL) The AL for formaldehyde is 0.55ppm
    Action Level / AL-Exposure Limits
  6. The pressure that is indacated by the injector guage needle when the arterial tube is open and the arterial sollution is flowing into the body
    Actual Pressure
  7. A soft whitish crumbly or greasy material that forms upon the post mortem hydrolysis and hydrogenation of body fats
    Adipocere (Grave Wax)
  8. In the presence of free oxygen
  9. To disperse as an aerosol;minute particles of blood and water become atomized and suspened in the air when water under pressure meets blood drainage or flushing an uncovered flush sink
  10. The increase in viscosity of blood brought about by the clumping of particulate formed elements formed in the blood vessels
    Agglutination (intravascular)
  11. Decrease in body temp immeadatly before death
    Agonal Algor
  12. In reference to blood, a change from a fluid into a thickend mass
    Agonal Coagulation
  13. The loss of moisture in the living body during the agonal state
    Agonal Dehydration
  14. Escape of blood serum from an intravascular to a extravascular location immediately before death
    Agonal Edema
  15. Increase in body temp immeadetely before death
    Agonal Fever
  16. Period immediateley before somatic death
    Agonal Period
  17. A agonal or postmortem redistribution of host microflora on a hostwide basis
    Agonal Translocation
  18. Post-mortim cooling of the body to the surronding temp
    Agonal Mortis
  19. Method of injection-drainagein which embalming sollutions is injected and then injection is stoped and drainege is open
    Alternate Drainage
  20. Building blocks of what protein is constructed,and the end products of protein digestion or hydrolysis. there basic formula is NH2-CHR-COOH- an amino group, an alpha carbon, any aliphatic or aromatic radical, and a carboxyl group
    Amino Acid
  21. In the absence of free oxygen
  22. Severe generalized adema
  23. A descriptive reference for locating arteries and veins by anatomical structeres which are known
    Anatomical Guide
  24. Points of origin and points of termination in relation to adjacent structures; used to designate boundries of atreries
    Anatomical Limits
  25. The body is erect, feet together, palms facing fowardand thumbs are pointed away from the body
    Anatomical Position
  26. localized abnormal dialation of outpocketting of blood vessel resulting from a congenitial defect or weakness of the vessel wall
  27. An embalming instrument that is used for blunt dissection and in raising vessels
    Aneursym Hook
  28. An embalming instrument that is used for blunt dissection and in raising vessels, which has an eye in the hook portion of the instrument for placing ligatures around the vessels
    Aneursym Needle
  29. A multipurpose instrument used in the embalming process
    Angular Spring Forceps
  30. Deviation of the normal
  31. In front of the elbow / in the bend of the elbow
  32. Before death
  33. Toward the front
  34. A bony protuberance, that can be palpated topographically, found on the ilium, the superior, Broad portion of the hip bone; the origin of the injuinal ligament and the sartorius muscle
    Anterior Superior Illiac Spine
  35. Ingredient of embalming fluids that retards the natural postmortuemtedency of blood to become more viscous or prevents adverse reactions between blood and other embalming chemicals
    Anticoagulant Fluid
  36. Condition in which the manafestations of life are feebly maintained
    Apparent Death
  37. The concentraded, Preservative, embalming chemical that will be diluted with water to form the arterial sollution for injection into the arterial system during vascular embalming. The purpose in for inactivating saprophytic bacteria and rendering the bodies tissues less susceptiple to decomp
    Arterial (Vascular) Fluid
  38. The mixture of arterial (Vascular) Fluid and water which is used for arterial injection and may include supplemental fluids
    Arterial Solution
  39. A tube used to inject embalming fluid into the bodies vascular sys
    Arterial Tube
  40. The term applied to a number of pathological conditions causing the thickening, hardening , and loss of elasticity of the walls of the arteries.
  41. Place of union between two or more bones
  42. Accumulation of serous fluids in the peritoneal cavity
  43. Freedom from the infection and form of life;sterility
  44. Innsuffient intake of oxygen resulting in numerous causes
  45. Withdrawal of gas, fluids, and semi solids from body cavities and hoolw viscera by means of suction with an aspirator and trocar
  46. Fatty degeneration or thickening of walls of larger arteries occuring in atherosclerosis
  47. Apparatus used for steralization by steam pressure, usually @250 f / 120c for a specific time
  48. The self destrution of cells; decomp of all tissue by enzymes of there own formation without microbial assistance
  49. A post mortem Examination of the organs and tissues of the body to determine cause of death or pathological condition; necropsy
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