Dead reckoning: what the Royal College of Pathologists recommends

Medical schools and hospitals must provide training for medical and other appropriate personnel in requesting and obtaining agreement for post-mortems. Anyone seeking agreement for a post-mortem must first liaise with the pathologist to determine the necessity of, and grounds for, retaining tissue so that relatives can make informed decisions. Hospital ...

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