I'd hit it... and did the Dr. cop a feel there at the 22sec mark? she has bolt-ons! nice...
so the question is... do they even attempt to put the $#@! back in when they're done? I would think you have to if they're going to have a funeral...
yep, they make certain all of those incisions can be covered.
they can even do an open casket.
do they just throw the organs back in, or do they sew them in place?
Can't watch the video from work, but organs usually get sectioned and evaluated, then discarded. Nobody will miss them at the funeral. The scalp incision goes ear-to-ear behind the hairline so it can be hidden. Much of the time, the dirty work is done by an autopsy assistant while the pathologist watches and directs.
I spent some time in the Harris County Medical Examiner's office -- saw (and smellled) some wild-ass $#@! there.
don't autopsy me when i die.
weird stuff on the internet
kind of like gutting a deer......kind of.
hah! that's what i thought too.Originally Posted by staley
i had a friend that worked in the harris county morgue in 2006, is that when u were there too?
I grew up in the funeral business and had to do it all. I used to sew them back up after the pathologist was done. It was in a small town, so the pathologist would drive over from Austin or San Antonio. Man, I am glad I didn't stay in that business.
And it is not like gutting a deer. Unless your one of those guys who make bongs out of human skulls.
I didn't see anybody eating a sandwich.
wow, I watched about 20 seconds of that before giving up.
I thought t the part where they snipped the ribs and removed the chest plate was pretty cool. Them cleaning out the inside of the skull was kinda freaky though.
Word. How do I get rid of the "Donate my organs if I die" sticker on my DL?don't autopsy me when i die.
You can't. Your organs are already spoken for. Too bad for you. Looks like they'll only be burying about 65lbs of you.Originally Posted by Superhero
I took a couple of forensics classes and we observed an autopsy. I swear I remember them placing the organs in a bag and sewing it back up in the body. Maybe Tarrant County cares more about their patients than Harris County.
The pathologist will take sections of organs to evaluate later. The rest of the remains go back in the body cavity, then they sprinkle some embalming powder over everything and it is sewed back up. You don't lose much weight in an autopsy.
it's so much more fun when the person is alive, though.
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