The private autopsy, if performed by an experienced forensic pathologist can help provide cause of death and manner of death determinations as well as quality assurance data for medical caregivers. In circumstances of trauma, pain and suffering issues can also often be addressed. Autopsies include documentary photography, microscopic examinations, relevant medical record review. Autopsies may also include toxicology (as necessary) and radiology (as necessary) and these would be arranged in advance if desired at additional cost. Partial autopsies are rarely recommended unless its a lung or brain recovery for specific studies.