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6 congested. Chest : No ecchymosis under the integuments of the sternum; the cartilages of the ribs were ossified, and required to be sawn through; the lungs were pallid and mottled; there were adhesions of the pleura to the ribs on the right side. The heart was healthy; the left ventricle was empty, but the right ventricle was full of fluid blood. Head: Under the scalp there was a large, thick mass of coagulated blood, covering fully two-thirds of the surface of the skull; the pericranium wasdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)76105-9 fatcat:g5kfjvwozvan3elerwb4godta4