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Autopsy terminology help

in Research
by Zannian • | | 2 comments
I found this sentence in a homicide victims autopsy: "The axial skeleton and hyoid bone are cleaned." The body was found outside, maggot infested and partially skeletonized after days of going undiscovered. What does the word "cleaned" mean in that sentence? Any more

Autopsy of maternal death during labor.

in Forensic Techniques
by Andrey • | | 0 comments
I recently read an article about a 34 year old woman who died right after birth from massive hemorrhage. It was referred in this article that the histological and toxicology reports will shed light to the causes of the hemorrhage. Excuse me if I don't use the correct terminology since I don't more

Silver Nitrate solution issues

in Forensic Techniques
by Ataves • | | 2 comments
I am new to the forum and would appreciate any guidance on the below inquiry. Thank you kindly in advance. I am employing Silver Nitrate solution (205c, 240 ml) purchased from Sirchie on test sheets to expose latent prints. The prints are not developing and the sheets remain a fairly more

Jobs for Non US Citizens

in Careers
by Mihai Romanas • | | 2 comments
Hello and happy new year! I am a graduate from United Kingdom in BSc (hons) Forensic Investigations. I gained 12 months experience in the field after graduation and my passion and dream is working for state police/US gov. I strongly believe that this field is very developed in US, more
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