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A 53-year-old man was found to have a giant 16 × 6-cm hemorrhagic and cystic mass centered on the pancreas and duodenum. Initially diagnosed as a pancreatic pseudocyst at the time of autopsy, the cystic mass was later determined by histologic examination to be a true diverticulum of the...
The majority of hanging deaths are relatively straightforward when opining the manner of death, typically determined to be suicide. However, there are rare hanging deaths that require the forensic pathologist to seek additional information. Forensic pathologists commonly consider an...
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