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What is the Viscera Report

What is the Viscera Report

What is the Viscera Report

After the death of someone, if the police conducts the post-mortem of the dead body, then during this time a sample of the visceral part i.e the intestine, heart, kidney, liver, etc. is taken from the body of the deceased, it is called viscera.

If a person dies under suspicious circumstances. If there is any kind of suspicion to the police or family behind his death, then in such cases Visra is investigated to find out the reason of death.

The chemical examiner of viscera is examined. They try to find out the viscera and find out how the death happened and what was the reason for the death? In this investigation, the time of death, the time of death, the color of the internal organs of the body, the shrinkage of the veins, the residue of food found in the stomach are very important. Therefore, in the Viscera investigation, the cause of death is clearly known. The viscera report is presented as evidence in the court.

Visara is investigated in cases of death under suspicious circumstances, death by shooting, death by poison, strangulation, death after rape, death due to drowning or death due to electrocution. On the basis of suspicion, the police conduct a viscera investigation.