Postmortal examination, Aim of necropsy, General rules in necropsy, Nekropsy time,Determination of necropsy place, Disposal of cadaver, Necessary precautions in necropsy,Tools and equipments in necropsy, Euthanasia,Dead and dead findings,Dead, Dead findings,Algor mortis,Rigor mortis,Postmortal coagulatio sanguis, Postmortal hipostatic congestion, Imbibition,Palor mortis, Postmortal,Autolysis, Putrefaction, Postmortal findings in some organs, Factors in Selecting Necropsy Method I. Necropsy position, II. Skinning and separation of the skin of the extremities, III. Opening of cavities of body IV. Removal the neck organs, V. Removal of brain and other spaces, Necropsy Methods in Ruminants, Necropsy Methods in Equidae, Necropsy Methods in Dogs and Cats, Rokitansky Method, Necropsy Method in Pigs, Modified method, opening thoracal and abdominal cavities and removal of organs, Degenerations and Metabolism Disorders : Degenerations(Acute cell swelling, Albumine degeneration, Paranchymal degeneration, Vacuolar and hydropic degeneration, Hyalin degeneration, Amyloid accumulation,Mucoid degeneration,Fibrinoid degeneration), Necropsy Method in Poultries, Euthanasia methods(Gase (Inhalation),method,Injection method, Desarticulation of cervical vertebrates,Decapitation, Electrical current), Necropsy methods in laboratory and some wild animals, Tools and equipments,Necropsy Method,Taking sterile samples for culture,Necropsy method in some wild animals, Cosmetique Necropsy, Fish Necropsy, Examining the general principles applied to cadaver: Out look,Overview,Special view,Internal Look,Diagnostic Methods Within the scope of qualitative and quantitative morphological criteria of lesions, Morphological lesions (formal) to determine the pathogenesis,Differentiation death cause and postmortal changes belonging to main disease with secondary morphological changes from morphological changes of physiological changes,Morphological diagnosis,Pathogenesis and etiologic diagnosis