Pop star Michael Jackson had a strong heart and was a "fairly healthy" 50-year-old, according to an autopsy report obtained in the US.
His weight was in the acceptable range for a man of his height. But the singer, who died of a heart attack in June, had punctured arms, tattooed lips and eyebrows and suffered from lung damage and some arthritis.
Jackson's death was ruled as homicide caused by a powerful anaesthetic.
The Los Angeles coroner disclosed in August that Propofol and the sedative Lorazepam were the "primary drugs responsible for Mr Jackson's death".
The drugs were administered by Jackson's physician Dr Conrad Murray, and the verdict has been considered likely to increase the chances of criminal charges being brought against his doctors.
According to the document, Jackson's most serious health problem was his chronically inflamed lungs, but this was not serious enough to be a contributing factor to his death.
The post mortem did not uncover any physical problems that may have limited Jackson's ability to perform.
The report also revealed that Jackson had a number of scars on his body, including behind his ears and beside each of his nostrils.
Dr Kain concluded they were likely to have been caused by cosmetic surgery, while others, including on the knee, were likely to have been created by medical procedures.
The document also states that the singer was bald at the front of his head and had what appeared to be a dark tattoo stretching across his head.
His remaining hair was described as short and tightly-curled, it added.
The coroner reported that Jackson had depigmentation of the skin around his face, chest, abdomen and arms.
The full autopsy report has yet to be officially released to the public, but the conclusion that Jackson's death was homicide has been disclosed, according to BBC News' report..
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