According to a review by Dr. Selma Calmes, the level of propofol detected in a toxicology screen was “similar to those found during general anaesthesia for major surgery". A consultant anaesthesiologist said there were “no reports of its use in insomnia relief". The report went on to reveal that the singer"s hair was sparse and connected to a wig, and added that there was “a lot of frontal balding", and that his entire hairline was tattooed on like many of his other facial features were. The hair he did have on his head at the time of death were small, short curls.
Jackson had the skin pigmentation disorder vitiligo, with white patches particularly on his chest, abdomen, face and arms, and there was evidence of multiple plastic surgery, nose jobs and implants. The autopsy found dark skin discoloration resembling a tattoo on the anterior half of the scalp, dark tattoos in the areas of both eyebrows and at the superior and interior borders of the palperbral fissures.
The singer"s body was covered with small scars on his nose, knee, shoulder, neck, wrists, and behind both ears, and a bandage was present on the tip of his nose. The report also included analysis of Jackson"s corpse and his various organs - from the size of his liver to the “unremarkable" nature of his testes and scrotum. It revealed that his body weighed 136 pounds, was 69 inches (175 cms) long, and “thin"