A possible example of a ‘coffin birth’.

Coffin birth or, more precisely, “post-mortem fetal extrusion” is the expulsion of a dead fetus from the decomposing body of a pregnant woman.

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New Morbid Terminology: Coffin Birth

Coffin birth, known in academia by the more accurate term postmortem fetal extrusion, is the expulsion of a nonviable fetus through the vaginal opening of the decomposing body of a deceased pregnant woman as a result of the increasing pressure of intra-abdominal gases.

Coffin birth, known in academia by the more accurate term postmortem fetal extrusion, is the expulsion of a nonviable fetus through the vaginal opening of the decomposing body of a deceased pregnant woman as a result of the increasing pressure of intra-abdominal gases.

Cora May Reddick Dancy Logan in Coffin Surrounded by Funeral Flowers, Albumen Print, 30 April, 1915

Cora May Reddick Dancy Logan in Coffin Surrounded by Funeral Flowers, Albumen Print, 30 April, 1915

Rare ‘coffin birth' found at black death burial site in northern Italy

Rare ‘coffin birth' found at black death burial site in northern Italy

New Details Emerge on the Black #Death by Examining a #Plague #Victim and her Tragic Coffin Birth

A century burial ground has yielded an uncommon archaeological case of "coffin birth," which occurs when a deceased pregnant woman's fetus is expelled within the.

WARNING: Morbid (but fascinating!) ASK A MORTICIAN- Coffin Birth

WARNING: Morbid (but fascinating!) ASK A MORTICIAN- Coffin Birth

The Coffin Birth Of Liguria: What Is The Science Behind This Sad Story?

The Coffin Birth Of Liguria: The Science Behind Sad Story

A rare phenomenon described as "coffin birth" can cause deceased pregnant women to push out their unborn babies. Medically known as post mortem foetal extrusion, "Coffin birth" can occur 48-72 hours after the death of a pregnant woman. It’s believed... #coffinbirth #death #foetus #pregnancy #weird

Coffin birth is a foetus expelled from a dead pregnant woman body

A rare phenomenon described as "coffin birth" can cause deceased pregnant women to push out their unborn babies. Medically known as post mortem foetal extrusion, "Coffin birth" can occur hours after the death of a pregnant woman. It’s believed.

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Coffin Birth | 21 Wikipedia Pages That Will Make It Impossible For You To Sleep

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Coffin births happen when a deceased pregnant woman’s decomposing body starts experiencing increasing pressure of abdominal gases, and the fetus that is dead inside her is expelled from her corpse.

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Coffin births happen when a deceased pregnant woman’s decomposing body starts experiencing increasing pressure of abdominal gases, and the fetus that is dead inside her is expelled from her corpse.

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