Lisa Marie Presley’s autopsy shows there were complications from surgery from a weight-loss gastric bypass operation that blocked her intestine, and also that she had opioids in her system when she died at age 54.
The intestinal obstruction resulted in a strangulated small intestine, caused by adhesions that developed after bariatric surgery (stomach bandaging) years ago.
Toxicology results also showed that Lisa had “therapeutic” levels of oxycodone in her blood, and also found a second opioid, buprenorphine, which is used to treat opioid addiction, and there were also traces of quetiapine, an antipsychotic drug, TMZ reports.
The forensic expert affirms that “drugs or narcotics” were not found in his house and that his urine toxicology test was negative.
The report confirms that Lisa underwent a cosmetic procedure a few months before her death and was prescribed opioids, and the star has a history of “over-medication,” usually caused by forgetting to take her medications and going back on them.
The reports also indicated that the star had a “history of alcohol and drug abuse.”
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