ntroduction to medicolegal casework -- Physical evidence -- Time of death - decomposition -- Identification of remains -- Natural disease. Causes of sudden natural death in adults -- Causes of sudden natural death in infants ... and young children -- Blunt force injury -- Wounds produced by pointed, sharp-edged, and chopping implements -- Gunshot wounds -- Asphyxia -- Deaths during arrest and in police custody: excited delirium syndrome -- Murders of infants and children -- Sexually related homicides -- Fire and thermal injuries -- Transportation deaths -- Environmental deaths -- Electrocution -- Deaths in nursing homes -- Deaths due to starvation -- Deaths in association with pregnancy -- Intraoperative deaths -- Forensic toxicology.
Location: TC Bio-Medical Library W639 D582h 2007
Author: Vincent J.M. DiMaio and Suzanna E. Dana.