The body is presented in a black body bag. At the time of examination,
the body is clothed in a woven blue cotton. nightgown and matching robe,
The body is that of a normally developed, well nourished Caucasian
female measuring 62 inches in length, weighing 117 pounds, and appearing
generally consistent with the stated age of twenty-five years. The body
is cold and unembalmed with pronounced rigor and posterior fixed lividity.
The scalp is covered by long, 14" full, straight, brown hair.
The body hair is female and average. The skull is symmetric and intact.
The eyes are closed and the irises are brown. The teeth are natural
and well maintained. The anterior chest is of normal contour and is
intact. The breasts are female and contain no palpable masses. The abdomen
is slightly protuberant and the pelvis is intact. The external genitalia
are female and unremarkable. The back is symmetrical and intact. The
upper and lower extremities are symmetric, normally developed and intact.
Abrasions and contusions are noted on the hands and nails. Three fingernails
on the right hand and two fingernails on the left hand are broken off
at the fingertips. Injuries are antemortem or perimortem and are consistent
with defensive wounds.
There are no residual scars, markings or tattoos.
All organs are within normal limits. No underlying pathological disease
conditions or congenital anomalies were observed. Examination of the
pelvic area indicates the subject had given birth to at least one full
term child. Subject was not pregnant at the time of death.
No evidence of sexual intercourse, forced or consenual, is noted.
Rigor and livor mortis in addition to body temperature indicate a time
of death of between approximately 16:00 and 18:00 on 1/26/01.