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  1. Lividity definition is - the quality or state of being livid; specifically: reddish- to bluish-purple discoloration of the skin due to the settling and pooling of blood following death. How to use lividity in a sentence.
  2. Lividity grounded in lived experiences of unjust treatment was granted official recognition--Paying the Price included numerous excerpts from submissions provided by victims of racial profiling--thereby .
  3. 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).
  4. 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.
  5. Although the lividity (pattern of post-mortem bruising) on Valin's body suggested she had died in a classic sleeping position, lying on her front with her legs bent to the side, Smith testified that she had died "on her knees with her rectum in the air". A CRISIS OF CONSCIENCE: MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE AND INDIGENOUS DEFENDANTS IN CANADA.
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  7. 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 the ‘early’ period, as little as 30 min postmortem.
  8. May 28,  · Livor mortis is the fourth postmortem sign of death. It is the appearance of a reddish or purple discoloration of the skin. This lividity appears about 2 hours after death and becomes fixed (doesn’t fade once the corpse’s position is changed) after approximately 6 hours.
  9. postmortem lividity (pōst-mōr'tĕm li-vē'dō, li-vid'i-tē) A purple coloration of dependent parts, except in areas of contact pressure, appearing within 1/ hours after death, as a result of gravitational movement of blood within the vessels. Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex

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