Welcome to the short course on ‘Post Mortem Examination and Autopsy’.
Forensic medicine explores the legal aspects of medicine, and medicolegal investigation of death is the most significant and crucial function of it. The nature of post mortem examinations are changing and the understanding of causes of death are evolving with the increase of knowledge, availability, and use of various analyses including genetic testing. Postmortem examination practice is turning into a more multidisciplinary approach for investigations, which are becoming more evidence based.
This course – based on the book ‘Post Mortem Examination and Autopsy – Current Issues From Death to Laboratory Analysis’ – Edited by Kamil Hakan Dogan – comes with the courtesy of IntechOpen and is produced here under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
In this course, you will learn some basic information on post mortem examination and current developments in some important and special areas. Will be useful for forensic pathologists, clinicians, attorneys, law enforcement officers, and medical students.
Disclaimer : The content in this course is educational in nature and intended solely as general health information. It is not a recommendation for treatment or medical advice. It is not a substitute for advice from a health care provider. If you as a patient are experiencing a medical emergency, contact your health care provider or an emergency room.
|Post-Mortem Examination and Autopsy – An Overview||01:30:00|
|Postmortem Investigations in Sudden Cardiac Death – Advancements||00:00:00|
|Negative Autopsy in Infant and Juvenile Population||01:30:00|
|Postmortem Animal Attacks on Human Corpses||01:30:00|
|Contribution of Forensic Analysis to Shark Profiling Following Fatal Attacks on Humans||00:00:00|
|Defining Dental Age for Chronological Age Determination||00:00:00|
|Forensic DNA Technological Advancements||00:00:00|
|Medico-Legal Autopsy-Related Samples||00:00:00|
|Application of CO-oximeter for Forensic Samples||01:30:00|