Forensic Pathology Reviews

Book Series
There are 6 volumes in this series
Published 2004 - 2011

About this series

Forensic Pathology Reviews is a collection of cutting-edge reviews of many of the key recent medical and legal advances in forensic science. These critical surveys concentrate on common pathological entities likely to be encountered in daily forensic routine, as well as specific pathological conditions rarely seen in the autopsy room. Authors explore new avenues for analyzing the pathology of burned bodies, traumatic brain injury, death by drug abuse, sudden cardiac death, sudden infant death and fatalities resulting from kicking and trampling. Other areas covered include accidental autoerotic deaths, hypothermia fatalities, injuries from resuscitation procedures, and the potential forensic differential diagnosis and interpretation of iliopsos muscle hemorrhage in the light of autopsy.