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Forensic Pathology of Child Death, Volume 1

The Role of Medical Examiner and Autopsy Results and Diagnoses

Mary E. Case (author) Elizabeth M. Kermgard (author)

ISBN: 9781936590421

Publication Date: Sep 2020

Format: Paperback

A comprehensive and convenient photographic resource, illustrating the injuries sustained by and causes of death common among children. Each case includes historical and circumstantial information, family history, and autopsy findings, such as medical and legal professionals might encounter in the field.
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Forensic Pathology of Child Death is a comprehensive and convenient photographic resource, illustrating the injuries sustained by and causes of death common among children. Each case includes historical and circumstantial information, family history, and autopsy findings, such as medical and legal professionals might encounter in the field.

The author, award-winning forensic pathologist Dr. Mary Case, has practiced in the Saint Louis metropolitan area since 1975. For over 20 years, Dr. Case has served as Chief Medical Examiner to Saint Louis County and the neighboring counties of Saint Charles, Jefferson, and Franklin. Over the course of her career, Dr. Case has been an invited lecturer at over 400 professional conferences, seminars, and symposia, sharing her expertise with colleagues the world over.

Representing a wealth of knowledge refined over the course of 4 decades in the field and in research, Forensic Pathology of Child Death is the definitive reference on forensic examination in cases of child fatality. This truly invaluable work will benefit forensic pathologists, their professional collaborators, and the communities they serve for years to come. It is a must-have for any in need of a more sophisticated understanding of unnatural child death and the circumstances under which it occurs.
Pages 350
Dimensions 229 x 152
Date Published 30 Sep 2020
Publisher STM Learning
Subject/s Medicine: general issues   Nursing   Paediatric medicine   Child & developmental psychology   Child abuse   Forensic medicine   Forensic science  
  • Volume 1: The Role of Medical Examiner and Autopsy Results and Diagnoses
  • 1. Death Investigation
  • Review of Information
  • Scene Investigation
  • 2. Forensic Autopsy
  • External Examination
  • Internal Examination
  • Toxicology
  • Histology and Aging of Injuries
  • Other Laboratory Studies
  • 3. Fatal Child Maltreatment
  • 4. Spinal Trauma
  • Epidural Hemorrhage of Cervical Spine
  • Distraction Injury of Cervical Spine
  • 5. Chest Trauma
  • Rib Fractures
  • Squeezing Injury
  • 6. Abdominal Trauma
  • Liver, Spleen, Mesentery, Kidney
  • Stomach, Bowel, Peritonitis
  • 7. Blunt Soft Tissue Trauma
  • 8. Burns
  • 9. Subtle Lethal Abusive Injury
  • Drowning
  • Poisoning and Chemical Assault
  • Asphyxiation
  • Lethal Neglect
  • Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome
  • 10. Organ and Tissue Procurement
Mary Case is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia and the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in pathology at the Saint Louis University Health Sciences Center and is board certified in anatomical pathology, neuropathology, and forensic pathology. In addition to being a professor of pathology and codirector of the Division of Forensic Pathology at St. Louis University Health Sciences Center, Dr. Case serves as chief medical examiner for the cities of St. Louis and St. Charles, and Jefferson and Franklin Counties. Her primary practice is forensic pathology, and her areas of special interest are childrens' injuries and head trauma.

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