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Autopsy histopathology where the prosector is not a histopathologist: a proposal.

2017 Jul 3. doi: 10.1007/s12024-017-9881-6. [Epub ahead of print]<p>1University of Dammam, Dammam, Saudi Arabia. mmadadin@uod.edu.sa.2Anatomical …

Medicine

How can we ensure that the coroner’s autopsy is not an invasion of human rights? | Journal of Clinical Pathology

Abstract<p><b>Background</b> Despite public inquiries, and some changes to legislation following high-profile multiple homicides that were not detected by …

The essential facts about post-mortems

For relatives, it's a scary idea at a tragic time. Here's what you need to know<p>A post-mortem (also called an autopsy) is an examination performed after someone has died. There are two main reasons for performing a post-mortem in the UK. The most common is a coroner’s post-mortem, performed at the …

Heart Dissection Videos

Dr. Michael Fishbein of the David Geffen Medical School of UCLA and former president of the SCVP has graciously made available his cutting video to …

PMCTA - Minimal Invasive Autopsies for Natural Sudden Death

Digital autopsies should be standard for probable natural deaths, says study

CT scanning techniques should be used instead of invasive autopsies in cases of probable natural death- and should be offered free of charge, say researchers<p>Digital autopsies should be the first-line approach in postmortem investigations of probable natural death, and should be offered free of …

Medicine

Here's a video of me opening the pericardium, just for fun. #forensics #forensicpathology #pathology #autopsy https://t.co/3kt1D2R4mD

Post-mortem and forensic curriculum | Radiology Reference Article

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joined 3 years, 9 months ago<p>8098<p>8<p>Professor of Clinical Histopathology<p>Sebastian Lucas made his name in the early 90s with his pioneering work on …

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Technology revolutionizes the field of forensics

Forensic pathology has been a recognized medical subspecialty only since 1959, and I fear that for my profession, time is already running out.<p>Doctors …

Current issues in postmortem imaging of perinatal and forensic childhood deaths.

2017 Mar;13(1):58-66. doi: 10.1007/s12024-016-9821-x. Epub 2017 Jan 12.<p>1Department of Radiology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS …

VirtoScan - a mobile, low-cost photogrammetry setup for fast post-mortem 3D full-body documentations in x-ray computed tomography and autopsy suites.

2017 Mar;13(1):34-43. doi: 10.1007/s12024-016-9837-2. Epub 2017 Feb 1.<p>1Zurich Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Zurich, …

Double Homicide Autopsy; an Egg and an Orange

Post-mortem examinations, with especial reference to medico-legal practice : Virchow, Rudolf Ludwig Karl, 1821-1902 : Free Download & Streaming

The Forgotten Dead: Inside Hillbrow's Mortuary

Anaphylaxis at autopsy

The concept of allergic reactions was first proposed by Clemens von Pirquet when he was a resident in pediatrics at the Universitäts KinderKlinic in …

Current issues in postmortem imaging of perinatal and forensic childhood deaths

Introduction<p>Perinatal autopsy practice is undergoing a state of change with the introduction of evidence-based cross-sectional imaging, driven …

Post Mortem

There are two main types of post mortem examination – Procurator Fiscal instructed and Authorised (Hospital) post mortem examinations. If you are …

BBC 3 - Obesity the post-mortem

BBC Three will be showing the documentary <i>Obesity: The Post Mortem</i> on Tuesday 13 September from 10am on BBC IPlayer. The BBC commissioned the …

Obesity: The Post Mortem | Behind the Scenes

Scared thin: The obesity autopsy

A televised 'obesity autopsy' in Britain is attracting comment and concern from the fat community, which fears that it will contribute to fat stigma.

Bad Science

‘So much fat!’ – the cruel autopsy of a 17-stone woman on the BBC

In Obesity: The Post Mortem, pathologists cut open an anonymous woman’s body, exclaiming that her liver is like pate as their knives become slippery. Even in death, people can be horribly, gratuitously fat-shamed<p>The UK, we are told almost daily, is on the brink of an “obesity epidemic”. With …

TV Series

Autopsy on an obese woman found thick butter coloured fat, a liver like pate and a massive but paper-thin heart

Everybody knows what obesity looks like from the outside but unless you are a trained pathologist you don't know what it looks like from the …

BBC - Obesity - The Post Mortem - Media Centre

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If Health Information Is Private, Why Do We Know So Much about Prince’s Death? Public Figures, Professional Ethics, and the Media, August 16

Abstract<p>Death certificates and autopsy reports contain personal identifying information and clinical information protected under the Health Insurance …