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Essentials of autopsy practice

Author: Guy N Rutty
Publisher: London ; New York : Springer, ©2001-<©2006>
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Within the last century, the number of permission hospital autopsies has declined with the result that medico-legal autopsies have become the predominant form of post-mortem examination. This decline has resulted in a shortage of permission autopsies for training, therefore pathologists today may embark on their professional careers with considerably less experience in autopsy work than their predecessors, and yet  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Guy N Rutty
ISBN: 1852333499 9781852333492 1852335416 9781852335410 1852339675 9781852339678 9781846288340 [v. 2 : alk. paper] 1846288347 [v. 2 : alk. paper] 9781846288432 [v. 2 : alk. paper)] 1846288436 [v. 2 : alk. paper)] 1846280265 9781846280269 9781447152699 1447152697 9781447152705 1447152700
OCLC Number: 44769560
Description: volumes <1-3> : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: v. 1. [No individual title] --
v. 2. Recent advances, topics, and developments --
v. 3. Current methods and modern trends. VOLUME 1 CONTENTS: --
Religious attitudes to death: what every Pathologist needs to know --
A Pathologist's guide to embalming --
Resuscitation injuries --
Post-mortem changes and artefacts --
Investigation of unexpected child death --
Mimics of non-accidental injury in children --
Sudden adult death --
The investigation of deaths occurring during and after invasive medical and surgical procedures --
Head injury --
Deaths due to drug and alcohol misuse --
Bruising: concepts of ageing and interpretation. VOLUME 2 CONTENTS: --
Religious attitudes to death: what every Pathologist needs to know, pt. 2 --
The investigation of inherited metabolic disease after death --
The disputed death --
The maternal death --
The pathology of shock versus post-mortem change --
Radiological investigations in autopsy practice --
Body art and modification --
The incised wound. VOLUME 3 CONTENTS: --
The evolution of the nurse's role in death investigation --
Postmortem analysis for inherited ion channelopathies --
Pathology of sepsis --
A histopathologist's guide to ocular pathology --
Subdural hematoma in children --
Chest and abdominal injuries --
Injuries and death resulting from restraint --
The timing of death --
Burn injury.
Responsibility: Guy N. Rutty (ed.).
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This reference book provides an update on the advances and developments in autopsy practice. The book is designed to be kept in laboratories, offices and mortuaries so that pathologists can quickly  Read more...

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