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Individual patterns of growth vary widely because of differences in heredity and environment. Introduction: Human growth from infancy to maturity involves great body size changes and appearance, including the development of sexual characteristics. The growth process is not a steady one; at some times, growth occurs rapidly, at others slowly. Material and Method: Present study is the prospective examination of a total of 300 autopsy cases brought during the period from 2016-18. In this, 241 were males, and 59 were females. Result: The data of internal organ weights were statistically analyzed. They are grouped into gender, cadaveric body weight, and cadaveric body length. The cause of death is further grouped into natural and unnatural causes leading to death. Unnatural deaths are grouped into traumatic, asphyxia, and poisoning deaths. Data is analyzed by determining mean, standard deviation, maximum, and minimum. Conclusion: Brain weight is linearly related to cadaveric weight and cadaveric length. Internal organ weights are linearly related to cadaveric weight and cadaveric length.
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Vedpathak, P., Bhise, S., & Nanandkar, S. (2020). Correlation of Brain Weight with Cadaveric Weight, Length, and Cause of Death. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ETHICS, TRAUMA & VICTIMOLOGY, 6(02), 10-13. https://doi.org/10.18099/ijetv.v6i02.3
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