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Volume 7, Number 1, January - June 2006

CONTENTS

 Editorial

 Papers

  1. Dr. Luv Sharma Artifacts of blood in a case of hanging: Medico-legal masquerades

    by Luv K. Sharma1, Geetanjali Sharma2, Basant L. Sirohiwal3, Vijay P. Khanagwal4, Pramod K. Paliwal5, D.R. Yadav6
    1,2Lecturer, 3,5Associate Professor, 4Reader, 6Professor & Head
    Departments of Forensic Medicine & Physiology, Pt. B.D. Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak-124001, Haryana, India

    Luv Sharma
  2. Dr. Marcel A Verhoff Accident or "extended suicide with a pet" - a case study

    by MA Verhoff1, MH Suntz2, K Köhler2, HF Schütz1, G Weiler1, G Lasczkowski1
    1Institute of Legal Medicine, University of Gießen, 2Institute of Veterinary Pathology, University of Gießen, Germany

    Marcel A Verhoff
  3. Dr. B.R.Sharma Abolition and Restoration of Section 309 IPC - an overview

    by B. R. Sharma1, Anup Sharma2, D. Harish1
    1Reader, 2Junior Resident,
    Department of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Govt. Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh - 160030 India

    B.R.Sharma
  4. Dr. Paul F. Mellen Lichtenberg Lightning Strike Figures: Report of an Autopsy Case with Gross and Microscopic Findings

    by Christopher O. Bibb1, P. F. Mellen2
    1Chief Resident, Pathology, 2Medical Director, Autopsy & forensic pathology, East Central Indiana Pathologists PC and Dept. of Pathology,
    Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie Indiana USA

    Paul F. Mellen
  5. Dr. Shrabana Kumar Naik Obliquity vs. Discontinuity of ligature mark in diagnosis of hanging - a comparative study

    by Shrabana Kumar Naik
    Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi-110001 India

    Shrabana Kumar Naik

 N. B. There is an ongoing contest regarding the best paper published in this issue. The winner would be decided by the letters and emails reaching the journal office.

 Scrolls of Honor (Cumulative Index)

 Paper Submission Guidelines

 Theses and Dissertations

Shamshad (Roma) Khan An assessment of avian and other scavenging of an animal carcass at Katerniaghat wildlife sanctuary, District Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh - India, and its forensic implications, by Shamshad (Roma) Khan - A dissertation submitted to Bournemouth University, School of Conservation Sciences, UK in February 2006 as part of the requirement for the degree of master of science in forensic archaeology: crime scene and international investigations

Click on the photo to enlarge! Click on the above link to go to thesis (Doc files in 18 parts).

Please click here to visit the cumulative index of all theses published in this journal.

Shamshad (Roma) Khan

 Postgraduate Section

In this section, we regularly give important practical material for postgraduate students appearing in their medical examinations. The articles may serve as good review material for senior forensic practitioners too.

Importance of the examination of scene of crime: The mysterious scratches on thighs    Importance of the examination of scene of crime: The mysterious scratches on thighs by Anil Aggrawal

   [Please Click here to visit the cumulative index of all postgraduate material appearing in this journal.]

 Reviews

 Conference News

 Letter From America

(This section includes special thoughts and communications from forensic and other personnel of eminence from the continent of North America. We started this column in 2002 and continue it in this issue with perhaps the biggest name in North American Forensic Medicine - Dr. Cyril Wecht.)

  1. Cyril Wecht The Role of the Forensic Scientist in Controversial, Politically Charged Death Investigations Internationally
    by Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D.
    Past President, American Academy of Forensic Sciences,
    Past President, American College of Legal Medicine,
    USA
    Cyril Wecht

 Interviews

  1. John Emsley Interview
    An exclusive interview with John Emsley,
    author of the bestseller The Elements of Murder - A History of Poison
    (Oxford University Press, 2005)
    John Emsley
  2. EJ Wagner Interview
    An exclusive interview with EJ Wagner,
    author of the bestseller The Science of Sherlock Holmes
    (John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2006)
    EJ Wagner

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