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Forensic Pathology for Police - Brainshare Public Online Library

Forensic Pathology for Police - Brainshare Public Online Library

Forensic Pathology for Police - Brainshare Public Online

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  • Page 5 and 6: Joseph Prahlow Indiana University S
  • Page 7 and 8: vi Dedication accepted the free gif
  • Page 9 and 10: viii Foreword quality photographs i
  • Page 11 and 12: x Acknowledgements Counties, as wel
  • Page 14 and 15: Contents Part I Introductory Topics
  • Page 16 and 17: Contents xv Hepatobiliary System .
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  • Page 20 and 21: Contents xix Mercury ..............
  • Page 22 and 23: Contents xxi Strangulation . ......
  • Page 24 and 25: Contents xxiii Negligence/Neglect .
  • Page 26: About the Author Joseph A. Prahlow,
  • Page 29 and 30: Chapter 1 Introduction to Pathology
  • Page 31 and 32: Introduction to Pathology 5 Table 1
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    26 2 Introduction to Forensic Scien

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    28 2 Introduction to Forensic Scien

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    30 2 Introduction to Forensic Scien

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    32 2 Introduction to Forensic Scien

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    Chapter 3 Introduction to Forensic

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    Duties of the Forensic Pathologist

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    Duties of the Forensic Pathologist

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    Duties of the Forensic Pathologist

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    Training and Qualifications of Fore

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    Training and Qualifications of Fore

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    Selected References 47 Selected Ref

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    50 4 Death Investigation Death Inve

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    52 4 Death Investigation met in ord

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    54 4 Death Investigation leading to

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    56 4 Death Investigation Fig. 4.2 A

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    58 4 Death Investigation Fig. 4.5 P

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    60 4 Death Investigation Fig. 4.9 I

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    62 4 Death Investigation apartment

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    64 5 Death Certification Fig. 5.1 A

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    66 5 Death Certification Fig. 5.4 A

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    68 5 Death Certification latter, th

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    70 5 Death Certification infrequent

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    72 5 Death Certification changes in

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    74 5 Death Certification suicides.

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    76 5 Death Certification death is i

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    78 5 Death Certification use involv

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    Chapter 6 Overview of Anatomy and P

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    Introduction 83 Table 6.1 (continue

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    Introduction 85 Table 6.1 (continue

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    Introduction 87 Table 6.1 (continue

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    Introduction 89 Term Definition Tab

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    Introduction 91 “mucous membranes

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    Specific Organ Systems 93 functions

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    Specific Organ Systems 95 Fig. 6.2

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    Specific Organ Systems 97 Microscop

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    Specific Organ Systems 99 Fig. 6.7

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    Specific Organ Systems 101 Fig. 6.1

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    Specific Organ Systems 103 Fig. 6.1

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    Specific Organ Systems 105 Fig. 6.1

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    Specific Organ Systems 107 respirat

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    Specific Organ Systems 109 Fig. 6.1

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    Specific Organ Systems 111 water co

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    Specific Organ Systems 113 Fig. 6.2

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    Specific Organ Systems 115 Platelet

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    Specific Organ Systems 117 Fig. 6.2

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    Specific Organ Systems 119 Fig. 6.2

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    Specific Organ Systems 121 Fig. 6.3

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    Specific Organ Systems 123 Fig. 6.3

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    Disc Image Legends 125 Disc Image 6

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    Part II General Topics in Forensic

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    130 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    132 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    134 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    136 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    138 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    140 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    142 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    144 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    146 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    148 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    150 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    152 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    154 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    156 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    158 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    160 7 The Postmortem Forensic Exami

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    Chapter 8 Postmortem Changes and Ti

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    Early Postmortem Changes 165 Fig. 8

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    Early Postmortem Changes 167 can be

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    Decomposition 169 exposed to sunlig

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    Decomposition 171 Fig. 8.8 As decom

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    Decomposition 173 Fig. 8.12 As deco

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    Decomposition 175 Fig. 8.16 If flie

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    Postmortem Injuries 177 Fig. 8.20 I

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    Time of Death Estimation 179 Time o

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    Time of Death Estimation 181 Fig. 8

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    Disc Image Legends 183 Disc Image 8

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    Chapter 9 Identification of Human R

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    Introduction 187 Fig. 9.2 Badly dec

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    Common, Non-scientific Methods of I

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    Scientific Methods of Identificatio

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    Scientific Methods of Identificatio

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    Identification Based on Other Uniqu

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    Identification Based on Other Uniqu

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    Unidentified Remains 199 Fig. 9.16

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    Selected References 201 Disc Image

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    Chapter 10 Natural Deaths One man d

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    Infectious Disease 207 to as “hyp

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    Cardiovascular System 209 refers to

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    Cardiovascular System 211 related t

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    Cardiovascular System 213 heart int

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    Cardiovascular System 215 Aortic An

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    Cardiovascular System 217 Vasculiti

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    Cardiovascular System 219 Valve Dis

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    Cardiovascular System 221 Fig. 10.1

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    Central Nervous System 223 Neoplast

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    Central Nervous System 225 Viral en

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    Central Nervous System 227 Spontane

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    Respiratory System 229 Fig. 10.18 T

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    Respiratory System 231 Pulmonary Th

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    Respiratory System 233 identificati

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    Respiratory System 235 Chronic Lung

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    Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary

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    Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary

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    Reticuloendothelial and Immune Syst

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    Endocrine System 243 infection, dis

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    Multisystem and Other Disorders 245

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    Multisystem and Other Disorders 247

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    Multisystem and Other Disorders 249

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    Multisystem and Other Disorders 251

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    Disc Image Legends 253 Disc Image 1

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    Selected References 255 Fineschi V,

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    258 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    260 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    262 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    264 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    266 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    268 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    270 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    272 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    282 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    286 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    288 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    290 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    292 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    294 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    296 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    298 11 Drug-Related and Toxin-Relat

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    Chapter 12 Blunt Force Injury Death

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    Classification of Blunt Force Injur

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    Classification of Blunt Force Injur

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    Classification of Blunt Force Injur

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    Classification of Blunt Force Injur

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 31

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 31

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 31

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 31

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 31

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    Blunt Force Head and Neck Trauma 32

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    Special Topics Related to Blunt For

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    Special Topics Related to Blunt For

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    Special Topics Related to Blunt For

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    Special Topics Related to Blunt For

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    Special Topics Related to Blunt For

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    Disc Image Legends 333 Disc Image 1

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    Selected References 335 Toro K, Szl

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    338 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths shotgun

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    340 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    342 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    344 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    346 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths targets

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    348 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths (a) (b)

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    350 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Image 1

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    352 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    354 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Miscell

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    356 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    358 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    360 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    362 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths may be

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    364 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    366 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Fig. 13

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    368 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths X-Rays

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    370 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths left-ha

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    372 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths NYCLAD

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    374 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Disc Im

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    376 13 Gunshot Wound Deaths Disc Im

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    Chapter 14 Sharp Force Injury Death

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    Stab Wounds 381 to describe the sha

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    Stab Wounds 383 describing “clust

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    Incised Wounds 385 Fig. 14.9 A supe

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    Incised Wounds 387 Although knives

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    Special Issues 389 Fig. 14.16 A sta

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    Special Issues 391 Defensive Wounds

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    Special Issues 393 disorders; howev

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    Special Issues 395 area of “radio

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    Special Issues 397 Artifacts A fina

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    Selected References 399 Disc Image

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    Chapter 15 Asphyxial Deaths So Juda

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    Suffocation 403 Fig. 15.1 Petechiae

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    Suffocation 405 Certification of th

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    Suffocation 407 usual occluding sub

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    Suffocation 409 being able to expan

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    Neck Compression (Strangulation) 41

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    Neck Compression (Strangulation) 41

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    Neck Compression (Strangulation) 41

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    Neck Compression (Strangulation) 41

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    Chemical Asphyxia 419 the object ha

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    Chemical Asphyxia 421 Fig. 15.21 A

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    Other Issues 423 to function proper

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    Other Issues 425 (a) (b) Fig. 15.24

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    Other Issues 427 the arms/hands bou

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    Disc Image Legends 429 Disc Image 1

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    Selected References 431 Prahlow JA,

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    434 16 Drowning Physiology and Mech

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    436 16 Drowning Fig. 16.2 Thedriver

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    438 16 Drowning Fig. 16.4 “Cadave

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    440 16 Drowning Finding water withi

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    442 16 Drowning Fig. 16.10 Marked d

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    444 16 Drowning Fig. 16.14 True ant

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    446 16 Drowning Manner of Death A l

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    448 16 Drowning Pachar JV, Cameron

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    450 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.1

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    452 17 Electrical Deaths required f

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    454 17 Electrical Deaths death (Fig

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    456 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.8

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    458 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.12

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    460 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.16

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    462 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.20

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    464 17 Electrical Deaths Fig. 17.24

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    466 17 Electrical Deaths Disc Image

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    Chapter 18 Temperature-Related Deat

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    Hypothermia 471 constrict, thus con

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    Hypothermia 473 Fig. 18.3 Prominent

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    Hyperthermia 475 Toxicology testing

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    Hyperthermia 477 Fig. 18.8 A 24-yea

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    Selected References 479 disease. In

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    Chapter 19 Burns and Fire-Related D

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    Introduction 483 Fig. 19.3 Example

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    Burn Types 485 Fig. 19.5 A postmort

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    Burn Types 487 Chemical Burns As me

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    Fire Deaths 489 Fire burns represen

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    Fire Deaths 491 Fig. 19.11 Dense so

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    Fire Deaths 493 Fig. 19.13 Multiple

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    Fire Deaths 495 a CO test or an ins

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    Fire Deaths 497 Fig. 19.20 Atrue an

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    Disc Image Legends 499 Disc Image L

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    Chapter 20 Deaths in Infancy and Ch

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    Discarded Fetuses/Infants and Fetal

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    Discarded Fetuses/Infants and Fetal

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    Birth-Related Infant Deaths 507 abr

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    Infant Deaths 509 Fig. 20.3 A diaph

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    Infant Deaths 511 Fig. 20.6 The pre

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    Natural Death in Childhood 513 path

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    Accidental Childhood Deaths 515 pon

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    Homicidal Childhood Deaths 517 occu

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    Homicidal Childhood Deaths 519 Fig.

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    Homicidal Childhood Deaths 521 in a

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    Homicidal Childhood Deaths 523 Fig.

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    Homicidal Childhood Deaths 525 Fig.

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    Classification of Childhood Homicid

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    Classification of Childhood Homicid

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    Classification of Childhood Homicid

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    Pediatric Autopsy Considerations 53

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    Disc Image Legends 535 Disc Image L

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    Selected References 537 Selected Re

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    540 21 Miscellaneous Topics Aircraf

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    542 21 Miscellaneous Topics CAMI to

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    544 21 Miscellaneous Topics To summ

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    552 21 Miscellaneous Topics The emb

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    560 21 Miscellaneous Topics ampheta

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    562 21 Miscellaneous Topics victim

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    568 21 Miscellaneous Topics Organ a

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    570 21 Miscellaneous Topics Fig. 21

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    572 21 Miscellaneous Topics region

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    574 21 Miscellaneous Topics Regardi

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    580 21 Miscellaneous Topics Non-ion

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    584 21 Miscellaneous Topics water (

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    586 21 Miscellaneous Topics to gene

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    Appendix: Additional Resources and

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    Index Note: The letters ‘f’ and

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    Index 597 Arnold-Chiari malformatio

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    Index 599 closed head injuries, 311

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    Index 601 immediate, 68 intermediar

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    Index 603 liver demonstrating cirrh

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    Index 605 Death investigation syste

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    Index 607 pressure related processe

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    Index 609 bridging veins, 316 dura

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    Index 611 brain, serially-sectioned

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    Index 613 Gestational DM, 247 Gesta

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    Index 615 Homicide(s), 444 by heart

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    Index 617 Infant death, 501-502, 50

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    Index 619 Material Safety Data Shee

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    Index 621 CNS, 223-229 cerebral pal

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    Index 623 Over-the-counter (OTC), 2

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    Index 625 Pregnancy-related materna

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    Index 627 industrial settings, 486

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    Index 629 Smoke and soot inhalation

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    Index 631 Thrombophlebitis, inflamm

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