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Forensic Histopathology: Fundamentals and Perspectives by Reinhard B. Dettmeyer

By Reinhard B. Dettmeyer

This e-book, which mixes the good points of an atlas and a textbook, offers findings in forensic histology, immunohistochemistry, and cytology in keeping with microscopic investigations utilizing assorted stainings and varied antibodies. The significant target is to supply practitioners with distinct details and counsel on how microscopy may also help to explain the reason for surprising and unforeseen loss of life. the various themes could be of curiosity not just to forensic pathologists but in addition to common pathologists, even if practitioners or researchers. Examples comprise the pathology of drug abuse, wound age choice, opposed drug reactions, histopathology of the surprising youngster dying syndrome, and age decision of myocardial infarction. either regular and strange findings are verified simply by a number of high quality colour illustrations, and different key literature in forensic histology and immunohistochemistry is highlighted for every topic.

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A comparative study of four immu­ nohistochemical markers. Am J Forensic Med Pathol 29: 154–161 Casewell MW, Philpott-Howard J (1983) Septicaemia from inadvertent intravenous administration of enteral feeds. J Hosp Infect 4:403–405 Cecchi R (2010) Estimating wound age: looking into the future. Int J Leg Med 124:523–536 Churg A (1982) Fiber counting and analysis in the diagnosis of asbestos-related disease. Hum Pathol 13:381–392 de la Grandmaison GL, Charlier P, Durigon M (2010) Usefulness of systematic histological examination in routine forensic autopsy.

Forensic Sci Int 106:45–53 Tsokos M, Delling G, Lockemann U, Heinemann A, Püschel K (2000) Incidence and extent of osteomyelitis in advanced grade pressure sores – a histomorphological analysis following non-decalcified preparation of the Os sacrum. Rechtsmedizin 10:56–60 Türk EE, Tsokos M, Delling G (2003) Autopsy-based assessment of extent and type of osteomyelitis in advanced-grade sacral decubitus ulcers: a histopathologic study. Arch Pathol Lab Med 127:1599–1602 Wang Q, Ishikawa T, Quan L, Zhao D, Li DR, Michiue T, Chen JH, Zhu BL, Maeda H (2009) Immunohistochemical distribution of basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) in medicolegal autopsy.

Adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) as a cause of death (Fineschi et al. 2006). Uncommon histological findings at autopsy due to intramuscular administration of extended release drugs have also been observed (Hecht and Lamprecht 2010). 1 Introduction Contrary to public perception, autopsy investigations – depending on the country in question – are increasingly concerned with the clarification of medical malpractice cases. According to own (broad and varied) experience, histological investigations can form a vital basis for forensic expert opinions in cases of medical malpractice (Dettmeyer and Preuß 2009, Dettmeyer et al.

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