VOLUME 1 (General and Adult Forensic Pathology)
- Principles of death investigation.
- Systems of death investigation.
- Evidence-based forensic pathology.
- When forensic pathology fails…
- Foundations of Forensic Pathology.
- Death scene investigation.
- Evaluation of supportive historical data.
- The forensic autopsy – external examination.
- The forensic autopsy – radiologic techniques.
- The forensic autopsy – internal examination.
- Ancillary studies.
- The postmortem interval.
- Personal identification.
- Diagnostic Forensic Pathology - Natural Disease.
- Interactions between natural disease and non-natural factors.
- "Complications" of medical therapy.
- Central nervous system.
- Hepatobiliary and pancreas.
- Gynecologic and obstetric.
- Blood and bone marrow.
- Infectious disease and sepsis.
- Allergic and immunologic.
- Acute psychiatric and emotional disorders.
- Diagnostic Forensic Pathology - Trauma, Toxin and the Environment.
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- © 2017
1st January 2018
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David Dolinak is Chief Medical Examiner for Austin, TX. He has published and lectured extensively in the neurosciences and forensic pathology. In conjunction with Evan Matshes he has produced the very well received text “Medicolegal Neuropathology: A Color Atlas.”
Evan Matshes is the Assistant Chief Medical Examiner for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has published and lectured extensively in human anatomy and osteology, the neurosciences, and forensic pathology. In addition to his aforementioned textbook publishing, he was also a co-author on “An Atlas of Human Osteology”, released in 2000 in Canada.