Forensic Pathology Reviews 5
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 21, 2008 - Medical - 292 pages
In this new volume of the globally recognized Forensic Pathology Reviews, Dr. Michael Tsokos has gathered chapters from the top experts in the field to reveal both the applied and scientific areas of expertise along the broad spectrum of forensics studies. Volume 5 piques the mind as leading forensic pathologists from the United States and around the world offer advanced insight into death caused environmental conditions, trauma, neuropathology, natural causes, and ballistics. The authors of this volume further their exploration as they impart research related to identification, serial murder, histopathology, and age estimation. While unveiling unsurpassed and cutting-edge knowledge, Forensic Pathology Reviews, Volume 5 will also inspire emerging forensic scientists to immerse themselves in innovative research.
Unique Characteristics at Autopsy that may be Useful in Identifying Human Remains
The Forensic and Cultural Implications of Tattooing
The Interaction Roles and Responsibilities of the FBI Profiler and the Forensic Pathologist in the Investigation of Serial Murder
The Medicolegal Evaluation of Excited Delirium
Death from Natural Causes
Is it Really a Cause of Sudden Cardiac Death?
Nontraumatic Intramuscular Hemorrhages Associated with Death Caused by Internal Diseases
Forensic Age Estimation
Forensic Age Estimation of Live Adolescents and Young Adults