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Volume 10, Number 1, January - June 2009

CONTENTS

 Editorial

 Papers

  1. Mahira Parveen Human Acetylcholinesterase Inhibition by in vivo and in vitro Pesticide Exposure

    by Mahira Parveen
    Department of Biosciences, Barkatullah University,
    Bhopal 462026 (M.P.), India

    Mahira Parveen
  2. D.R.Vaghela Late death in a case of hanging - A Case Report

    by D.R.Vaghela, Assistant Professor
    Pratik R.Patel, Professor & Head

    Forensic Medicine department
    Smt NHL Mun Medical College,
    Ahmedabad, India

    D.R.Vaghela
  3. Yoshio Yamamoto Azan-Mallory stain is a useful tool for diagnosing pulmonary thrombosis in a partially decomposed body

    by Yoshio Yamamoto, Izumi Takase, Ikuo Sakaguchi, Tokiko Nakagawa, Chikako Uemura, Katsuji Nishi
    Department of Legal Medicine,
    Shiga University of Medical Science,
    Seta-Tsukinowacho,
    Ohtsu 520-2192, Shiga, Japan

    Yoshio Yamamoto
  4. Manoj Dashrathlal Gupta, Associate Professor, Department of forensic medicine, Bharti Vidyapeeth Medical College, Pune Autopsy Of Forensic Medicine - Looking Beyond the Four Corners of our Department

    by Manoj Dashrathlal Gupta
    Associate Professor,
    Department of forensic medicine,
    Bharti Vidyapeeth Medical College,
    Pune, India

    M.D.Gupta

 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

Sreenivas M. A Study of Incidence and Severity of Coronary Artery Stenosis at Autopsy, by Sreenivas M. - A thesis submitted to the University of Delhi in April 2001 as part of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Medicine (Forensic Medicine)

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Sreenivas M.
Lincoln C. Petersen Lip Prints, by Lincoln C. Petersen - A thesis submitted to the National University, La Jolla, CA, USA in March 2006 as part of the requirement for the degree of Master of Forensic Science

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Lincoln C. Petersen

 Brief Communications

(This section includes brief communications such as summary of conference proceedings, interesting and hilarious personal experiences, travels, new teaching methods in forensic science and medicine, administrative problems and how to tackle with them etc.)

Professor V.V. Pillay with Prof. David Warrell in Melbourne A few memorable vignettes from my recent visit to Melbourne
by Professor V.V. Pillay
Chief, Poison Control Centre
Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences
Cochin, Kerala
India
Professor V.V. Pillay with
Prof. David Warrell in Melbourne

 Reviews

 Postcard 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 counterterrorism - Dr. Nancy Kobrin.)

Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin The BAD Boy Bombings of Bangalore, Ahmadabad and Delhi 2008
Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,
Hennepin-Regions Psychiatry Training Program,
Minneapolis-St. Paul,
Minnesota, USA
Nancy Hartevelt Kobrin

 Communication from Canada

(This section includes special thoughts and communications from forensic and other personnel of eminence from around the world. The essence is on quickness of communication, because of the immediate temporal relevance of thoughts expressed. We are starting this column from this year, with a quick communication from the noted forensic expert Dr. Richard Munroe of Canada. He sent us this quick communication in the wake of Mumbai attacks on 26 November 2008.

Richard Munroe Heard around the world!!
Richard Munroe, B.Sc., FGAC, P.Geo.
1408 Madrona Place
Coquitlam, British Columbia Canada V3E 2S5
Richard Munroe

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