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Death due to lightning strikes is infrequent, above all indoors. Some cases may take on a medical legal interest due to the unusual and uncommon circumstances in which they occur. The authors report an extremely rare case of electrocution occurred inside a house in a rural area. A...
More than a year has passed since the mega quake hit Nepal. Although a lot is written about the lacunae in disaster preparedness, lessons learnt, and public health concerns after the aftermath, nothing much has been written about the fate of the deceased. Although saving takes priority...
The spontaneous subcapsular hematoma of the liver is very rare. There are only a few reported cases in the literature.
Most reported cases of liver hematoma often occur during pregnancy as part of the hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count syndrome. The other causes...
Presented are 2 cases of death from pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP). Within the past 2 years, there have been 2 cases of rare nonneoplastic lung disease that consists of the filling of the alveoli of the lung by a periodic acid–Schiff stain-positive lipoproteinaceous material. This...
Most of the work performed by the forensic expert is to find proof for different plausible hypotheses that may be used in a trial to serve justice purposes when the “identity” of a case is already unveiled. Yet the previous phase of the investigation is also of great importance, and...
We report a fatal case of Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome in a 64-year-old man. The diagnosis, suspected during the autopsy (performed 63 hours after death), was confirmed through the successful detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae DNA and antigens in samples (blood and liver)...
Postmortem increase in body core temperature is a well-known phenomenon in forensic practice. Despite this, cases of reliably documented postmortem hyperthermia are rarely reported in the forensic literature, and it is still not clear how frequently postmortem hyperthermia occurs and in...
The hydrostatic test is used to help determine if there has been a live birth. Computed tomography (CT), with its ability to detect and localize air/gas in the body, offers a rapid, noninvasive tool for assessment.
Four baby deaths (20 to 25 weeks' gestation) in which the hydrostatic...
Drug-induced eosinophilic myocarditis is uncommon with few cases reported in the literature. It is a rare but potentially life-threatening disease.
We report the case of an 11-year-old girl without medical history who developed an acute malaise and chills, followed by severe shortness...
Histiocytoid cardiomyopathy (HC) is a very rare cardiac disorder that mainly affects female infants younger than 2 years. It may manifest as ventricular tachycardia or dilated cardiomyopathy and frequently causes sudden death. The most common grossly change is multifocal uneven...
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