Very informative. I read the term in a Cornwell novel & wanted to know what it meant.
i've read that it develops in 3 hr after death
I recently examined a female with very distinct bi-lateral tache noire less than 3 hours after her death but after leaving her eyes open in a lighted room, the discoloration appeared to fade to a less distinct band within one hour. At the time of the autopsy two days later the tache noire had disappeared altogether.
Question to "Anonymous-June 17, 2012":I am curious, why did the bilateral tache noire vanish from the eyes of the female corpse two S/P death [noted at the time of autopsy]?Does appear regardless, or did it become so pronounced due to her eyes being left open w/ exposure to air/light? Is the fact that it disappeared something one would not expect to occur? Thank you!Rachael
Can tache noire and blood shot eyes be. Mistaken 1hour after death?
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