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Please help. My father passed away. The autopsy stated cause of death as, basically, a heart attack. No other factors were forthcoming. My father left no medical records. He was an extremely private man and would allow no interference in his personal affairs. He did not suffer from dementia.
This is what we found in his apartment after his death:
• to our shock, we found no medication of any kind: it seems he hadn't seen a doctor in years
• bloody paper towels apparently smeared across his mouth, discarded on the floor
• he managed to get to the kitchen sink
• he fell to the kitchen floor, knocking at least one item off the counter
• the detective said he bled out through his mouth
• he bled a LOT - I believe he was exanguinated - the tile had been removed from the kitchen and half the living room rug was cut away during cleanup.
Can AAA cause this kind of death? Would he have been in pain? How long would it have been before he lost consciousness?
The quiet death of one elderly man seems to have been undeserving of more attention than he received. We can get no additional information. Anything you can tell me will be very much appreciated.
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