Lividity

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  1. Kazrazragore
    Explore releases from Lividity at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Lividity at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Mugis
    Livid “bluish, dull blue, grayish-blue” ultimately comes from Latin līvidus “dull blue, grayish-blue, discolored by bruising” (equivalent to English black and blue), also meaning “spiteful, malicious” (in Latin one is blue with jealousy, not green).
  3. Yozshukus
    Livor mortis, also known as lividity or hypostasis, is the gravitational pooling of blood to lower dependant areas resulting in a red/purple coloration. Although livor mortis is commonly seen between 2 and 4 h postmortem, its onset may begin in .
  4. Voodoonos
    Feb 28,  · Postmortem skin changes include livor mortis, vibices, Tardieu spots, and marbling. Livor mortis refers to the bluish-purple discoloration under the skin of the lower body parts due to gravitation of blood after death. Onset of lividity, its location and color, provide information on the time and cause of death. Vibices are pale marks on a dead person's skin .
  5. Fauzuru
    Definition of lividity in the guekrisbiolayviacmomunalcumrelote.coinfo dictionary. Meaning of lividity. What does lividity mean? Information and translations of lividity in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  6. Faumuro
    The term lividity refers to an unnatural color of the skin. Lividity can be a useful reaction in determining the position of a body at the time of death and even whether a body was moved within the first few hours after death. There are various forms of lividity.
  7. Nikotaxe
    present Founded by Dave Kibler originally as a one-man project. In he invited other musicians into the project thus shifting Lividity, at that point, into a full band.
  8. Taujar
    LIVIDITY-Defiling Europe Tour right now!!!-'s profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.

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