The body had been cut completely in half by a technique taught in the 1930s called a hemicorporectomy. The lower half of her body had been removed by transecting the lumbar spine between the second and third lumbar vertebrae, thus severing the intestine at the duodenum. Newbarr's report noted "very little" ecchymosis (bruising) along the incision line, suggesting it had been performed after death.  Another "gaping laceration" measuring 4. 25 inches (108 mm) in length ran longitudinally from the umbilicus to the suprapubic region.  The lacerations on each side of the face, which extended from the corners of the lips, were measured at 3 inches (76 mm) on the right side of the face, and 2. 5 inches (64 mm) on the left.  The skull was not fractured, but there was bruising noted on the front and right side of her scalp, with a small amount of bleeding in the subarachnoid space on the right side, consistent with blows to the head.  The cause of death was determined to be hemorrhaging from the lacerations to her face and the shock from blows to the head and face.  Newbarr noted that Short's anal canal was dilated at 1. 75 inches (44 mm), suggesting that she may have been raped.  Samples were taken from her body testing for the presence of sperm, but the results came back negative. 
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