What About Organ Retention?

What About Organ Retention?

The pathologist (the person who undertakes the post-mortem) who helps establish the cause of death, from time to time, may have to remove organs from the deceased. The Coroner must be informed of this and how long the retention of the organs remains in the possession of the pathologist. The Coroner must then notify the family to keep them informed.

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Posted: July 24, 2008 at 5:00 pm