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Deliberate inhalation of metallic paint results in hemorrhagic alveolitis and the intra‐alveolar and lymph node accumulation of particulate‐laden macrophages. We present a case of a chronic paint sniffer that illustrates these respiratory tract findings.
This article discusses the merits of participation by medical examiners in the area of clinical forensic medicine. The present connotation that we deal after the fact should be abandoned with enhanced involvement in assisting the living. The paper focuses on a broad range of categories where...
The use of prostaglandin E2(PGE2) for the termination of pregnancy is quite common and generally is considered safe. Among the complications reported are uterine rupture and dramatic pyrexic and cardiovascular response (6). A case is reported in which a woman with an ectopic...
By use of a special optical device coupled with a TV camera to match a skull and a photograph of a face, superimposition for the purpose of personal identification was performed in controlled situations. A computer‐aided method to evaluate the fit of the superimposition has been outlined...
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