Big Woman on Autopsy Table

Big Woman Autopsy Photo

We have had several autopsy photos on Best Gore where victim was a cute, Asian girl. But being a mortician, you get to deal with all sorts of dead people, not just young, hot chick. Often times it older, bigger women and men. I wonder how professional morticians are. Do you think they secretly prefer to perform autopsies on hot young chicks or do you think they are so pro their mind doesnโ€™t distinguish between a hot girl and a big old woman?

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28 thoughts on “Big Woman on Autopsy Table”

  1. this isn’t an autopsy, this is a mortician embalming a body had has either been autopsied or torn up by some other means. Notice the red liquid in the glass container in the background? That is embalming fluid and it is in a pump that pumps the fluid into the body via the tubing you see in the table. The two bottles you see on the table are embalming fluid bottles. The red color helps to bring back the color to the body that would otherwise be very white without the blood that is drained out. I’ve had to help put these kinds of bodies back together so an open-casket funeral could be made possible. COOL WORK. By looking at the colors of the “inside” of this woman, she was either dead quite a while or extremely diseased.

  2. Morticians don’t do autopsies, medical examiners and coroners do. That is definitely embalming fluid on the table so my guess would be she got pretty tore up during the autopsy. Morticians depend on the circulatory system to carry the embalming fluid throughout the body and when that system gets severed during an autopsy they have to open them back up and continue to feed the fluid where they have an opening.

  3. Yep. When the heart and a good deal of the circulatory system is not viable, you can find the arteries in the limbs and inject the embalming fluids that way, even up through the carotids and out the jugulars to embalm the brain and cranium. It is pretty slow, painstaking work doing it this way but ya do what you gotta do. After pulling the body cavity back together and sewing it up, you leave substantial amounts of fluid in the cavity to hold down decay and odor.

    I had one body with so much neck and head trauma, I had to go in through the nostrils with a trocar and punch through the sinus cavities to the brain and force fluid into the cranium that way. Terrible sound hearing the bones crunch inside a head. The bones in and around the sinus cavity are like honey-comb almost, very thin and brittle. Otherwise you have to go through heavier bone to enter cranium.

  4. Sweet, a mortician licky-louie…
    That must be quite the job..
    So where in the world are you from??
    I hear to become a mortician, you need A few years in ..
    University But I bet you got some very nice story’s with you that you’ve have see.. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Im a 21 year old girl who is taking mortuary arts, and believe me I wont be looking at the corpse if its good looking or not, come on is a really serious job. Those guys who get into this job thinking “omigod Ill get to see hot chicks, those hot chicks that wouldnt mind looking at me”, thats just stupid….You gotta deal with all sort of nasty, some cruel, jobs.

  6. Deadkeeper is right. Once they are dead, the “hot” just ain’t there for me. You have to treat people with respect in death just as in life.

    Nefarious- I’ve been a mortician for about 6 years now and working in a large city, (Houston, Texas), you get to see just about everything. I don’t mind any of it but I hate working with children. That rips my heart out. It’s part of the job and I do it. I try to be as gentle and caring as I possibly can be. But its a good career.

  7. If Licky-louie isn’t bullshitting, then I truly
    admire him. The remains of a person may not be as
    important to the mortician but it is very important
    to someone else. Especially to those who paid him
    to do the job…

  8. Working in a morgue, everyone here is pretty professional about dealing with nude bodies and what they may look like. Some snickers from students is occasional, but it’s still a deceased person, and the job is not to rate their bodies but to find why they ended up here. And yes, we take pictures of EVERY autopsy, however these are confidential and the only members of the public to be allowed to gain ownership of such pictures are the next of kin of the deceased.

  9. deadkeeper nice!
    after a few bodies…it wont much even seen to look like people.
    unless\until, the first family…or first few children…hit your table.
    but, you’ll near numb-up before the end of your apprentiship!

  10. My wife is an embalmer and I am a Tissue Recovery Tech. See that huge layer of fat she’s carrying? That’s the only thing that really bothered either of us making it very difficult to do our jobs. Speaking from my position, when I lay them open, much more than this woman is, to take the bones and tissue from her legs, her skin and fat hang off the table. The oil from that fat quickly covers the floor and it’s slick as shit. So while I’m wrestling with tissue recovery I’m sliding all over trying to remain standing. You also have to flip the body several times to sterilize as much as possible, also for removal of skin from the back and legs. Much more difficult with huge and overweight people.

  11. This is not really an autopsy table. The white ceramic table with the guy in an apron and tie signal that this is at a funeral home prep room. You can see the bottles of yellow liquid- probably MetaFlow arterial conditioner used to clean out the circulatory system before injecting embalming fluid. The MetaFlow cleans the walls of the arteries and veins and breaks off any clots that line the walls, and pushes them towards the jugular where they can come out when the jugular is cut.

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