How Much Does an Autopsy Cost?

An autopsy is a surgical and invasive examination of a deceased person, the purpose of which is to know exactly the cause of death and how it happened.  A complete autopsy requires an evaluation of the external parts of the body, an internal examination of its chest and abdominal cavities, as well as its head or cranium.  If it is a non-forensic autopsy, the examination may be limited only to specific areas of interest and concern for the family of the deceased.

Only certified forensic pathologists should perform an autopsy.  These people, who are actually physicians, are specifically trained to identify the anatomic changes caused by the disease and its conditions.

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