Suara.com – The mystery of the death of the Thai artist, Tangmo Patcharaveerapong alias Tangmo Nida, has not only caught the attention of the public in Thailand, but also in Indonesia.
Tangmo Nida reportedly died as a result of falling from a speedboat and drowning in the Chao Praya river, Thailand, Saturday (26/2/2022).
However, the cause of Tangmo Nida’s death is doubtful due to the condition of his body which was injured in several parts of the body.
In addition, the mother is also not sure her child drowned to death because he was quite good at swimming. Because of that, Tangmo Nida’s body was also autopsied.
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An autopsy conducted at the Forensic Medicine Institute of the Police General Hospital stated that Tangmo’s lungs contained sand. This indicates that he was still breathing when he fell into the river.
The autopsy also found deep wounds on his left leg. However, the cause of death has not yet been ascertained due to drowning or other reasons.
As we know that autopsy is a procedure that can be done to find out the cause, method, when and how a person died.
This autopsy procedure is usually performed by a pathologist or forensic doctor. Autopsies should also be performed quickly, usually 2 to 3 days after a person’s death for better results.
Reported from Hellohealth, the autopsy takes place by means of an external examination of the body. All facts or information about the body will be recorded and recorded.
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Starting from the height and weight of the corpse, the shape of the teeth, eye color, scratches or scars all over the body, tattoos to birthmarks.
After that, the doctor can perform internal surgery to check the condition of his internal organs. For example, in order to see the presence of toxic residues or residues of other substances in the heart, lungs, kidneys, liver and stomach contents.
Surgery was carried out to see any organ damage to determine the cause of death, if no suspicious substance residue was found.
Doctors usually make a large, Y or U-shaped incision in the body, starting from both sides of the shoulder to the hipbone area during the surgical process.
Then, the ribs in front will be removed so the doctor can see the neck and chest organs. This method allows the doctor to remove the trachea, thyroid and parathyroid glands, esophagus, heart, thoracic aorta, and lungs.
After all the organs are removed, the doctor can take other organs underneath, such as the intestines, liver and bile, pancreas, spleen, kidneys and adrenal glands, ureters, bladder, abdominal aorta, and reproductive organs.
Sometimes, doctors also need to examine the brain organs by cutting the head from one ear to the other.