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Post-mortem Body Changes

written by: bobby
 
After death, the human body goes through several stages. This is not for the weak hearted and definitely NOT RECOMMENDED to anyone under 16.

Question 1:


This organ contains many bacteria, which begin to digest surrounding organs immediately after death.
Rectum
Liver
Intestines
Stomach

Question 2:


A large number of flies can appear around a dead body within the first 24 hours of death. This is mainly because the flies lay eggs on the body, this multiplying their numbers.
False
True

Question 3:


In average conditions, approximately how many hours does it take for the dead body's temperature to equalize with the surrounding environment?
24
26
12
48

Question 4:


Which of the following happens three days after the moment of death?
The body starts to swell
The body starts to shrink
The nails are so loose that they can be pulled off
The body starts to emit smell

Question 5:


Because of the substance present in these structures of the human body, they can be preserved for centuries avoiding decomposition.
Eyeballs
Nails
Teeth
Eyelashes

Question 6:


Which part of the body is decomposed last, but before the bones?
Gall Bladder
Cartilages
Hair
Nails

Question 7:


The term 'rigor mortis' means this.
Blue death
Swollen corpse
Stiffness of death
Blue corpse

Question 8:


The skin goes purple and waxy about one hour from time of death.
False
True

Question 9:


A death erection is a post-mortem erection which occurs when a male individual dies vertically or face-down. What causes this condition?
Having intercourse before death
Gravity causes the genitalia to fill up with blood
Bladder and Intestines empty
The body swells up

Question 10:


The face of the person becomes difficult to recognize 24 hours after death.
False
True

 


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