Here are some of the findings from the Los Angeles County coroner's autopsy of Michael Jackson:

— He was 5-foot-9 and weighed 136 pounds.

— There were dark tattoos on his eyebrows and around his eyes, a pink tattoo around his lips and what appeared to be a dark tattoo on the front of his scalp.

— He was balding and suffered from a skin disease that reduced pigment and left patches of white skin.

— Osteoarthritis was visible in the lower spine and some fingers.

— He had multiple scars around his body, including behind his ears, along one shoulder, at the base of his neck and near his navel.

— His heart was strong but his lungs were inflamed. Other organs appeared normal.

— The anesthetic propofol, four other sedatives, the pain killer Lidocaine and a resuscitative drug were found in Jackson's system. His stomach had no discernible pills.

— No illegal drugs or alcohol were detected.

— The manner of death was ruled a homicide based, in part, on the propofol being administered in a non-hospital setting without any appropriate medical need.

— Consistent with CPR attempts, Jackson had a bruised chest and his sternum and several ribs were fractured.