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203 Possible Causes for putrefaction

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Putrefactive Foetor ex-ore. Hepatosplenomegaly with jaundice. Generalized lymph node swelling (weakly painful, strong, mobile).[lecturio.com]

  • Drowning

    Autopsy findings could not determine the cause of death because of leaching and putrefaction.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Intestinal Stasis

    The beefsteak is still intact, thanks to the anti-putrefactive... ‎[books.google.de] These poisons produced from the putrefaction, he concluded, polluted the blood stream producing degenerative changes in every single tissue of the body and lowered the body's[rethinkingcancer.org] Intestinal stasis sooner or later causes the wastes and toxic by-products from the foods we eat to build up to such an extent that they start to become putrefactive it In[lightparty.com]

  • Tranylcypromine

    Drug degradation is a later phenomenon associated with putrefactive change.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] At 72 h blood TCP concentrations fell below those at 0 time but the samples showed marked putrefactive changes.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Chronic Cholecystitis

    Allochol - Allochol works as a bile-expelling agent decreases the processes of putrefaction and fermentation in the processes of putrefaction and fermentation in the intestines[celiac.com]

  • Antiseptic

    […] substances that are applied to living tissue/skin to reduce the possibility of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction.[definitions.net] […] the possibility of infection , sepsis , or putrefaction .[en.wikipedia.org] Antiseptic Medicinal Herbs reduces the possibilities of infection, sepsis, or putrefaction.[motherherbs.com]

  • Gas Gangrene

    […] gang grēn ] the death of body tissue, generally in considerable mass, usually associated with loss of vascular (nutritive) supply, and followed by bacterial invasion and putrefaction[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com] […] life. gangrene the death of body tissue, generally in considerable mass, usually associated with loss of vascular (nutritive) supply, and followed by bacterial invasion and putrefaction[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Sepsis

    […] the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates (the Greek word sepsis means “putrefaction”).[britannica.com] Sepsis through history One of the first medical descriptions of putrefaction and a sepsislike condition was provided in the 5th and 4th centuries bce in works attributed to[britannica.com]

  • Ethanol

    The effects of putrefactive changes should be considered during forensic toxicological evaluation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The results of this animal experiment suggested that the ethanol detected in the lung was produced by putrefactive bacteria within the wood chips.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Abstract We present a fatal case involving poisoning with paroxetine, flunitrazepam, and ethanol, with putrefactive changes.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Corrosive Chemical

    What is putrefaction process of liquid chemicals ?[chemicaltankerguide.com] Most animal and vegetable oils undergo decomposition over time, a natural process known as putrefaction (going off), that generates obnoxious and toxic vapours and depletes[chemicaltankerguide.com] […] while carrying at sea Reactivity of various noxious liquid chemicals Most corrosive chemicals carried onboard chemical tankers Posoning hazards & first aid treatment What is putrefaction[chemicaltankerguide.com]

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