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A Pathologist With Over 500 Autopsies Under His Belt Reveals Details Of The Job

Updated 29 Jul 2019 192.8k views25 items

Even if you ignore the outrageous stories from forensic scientists, the day-to-day life of a forensic pathologist already sounds pretty over-the-top, at least according to one forensic pathologist on Reddit. With 500 examinations under his belt, Brazilian pathologist Mauricio Eiji knows most answers regarding questions about forensic pathology. By sharing what it's like to be a forensic pathologist, Eiji reveals the fascinating inner workings of a job that usually get overshadowed by creepy postmortem facts.

For every gnarly body he describes, Eiji also details equally interesting facts about what goes down during an autopsy. Based on Eiji's engaging descriptions about the life of a forensics worker, it sounds like someone needs to make the next true crime drama about a forensic pathologist. 

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