ISSN: 0972-8066 (CD version)
ISSN: 0972-8074 (Online version)
Non-accidental injuries in children:
|ABO Blood Typing from Forensic Materials - Merits and demerits of detection methods utilized in our laboratories, and biological significance of the antigens |
by Katsuji Nishi1, Steven Rand2, Tokiko Nakagawa1, Aiko Yamamoto1, Shigeru Yamasaki1, Yoshio Yamamoto1, Aki Kobayashi1, Masateru Kane1, Akira Morimoto1, Hedwege Spalthoff3 and Beate Annuss3
|Hand ulcers/infections and diabetes mellitus in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria |
by C Unachukwu1, I Anochie2
|Sudden death in aortic stenosis: A case report |
by Th. Meera, Senior Tutor, Dept. of Forensic Medicine,
|Crude oil poisoning in a 2 year old Nigerian - A case report |
by Otaigbe B.E.1, Adesina A.F.2
|A bizarre case of homicidal electrocution - A case report |
by Luv K. Sharma1, Geetanjali Sharma2, Basant L. Sirohiwal3, Vijay P. Khanagwal4, Pramod K. Paliwal5, D.R. Yadav6
|Pattern And Severity Of Injuries In Victims Of Road Traffic Crashes Attending A Tertiary Care Hospital Of Delhi |
by Chetna Malhotra1, MM Singh1, Suneela Garg1, Rahul Malhotra1, BK Dhaon2, Malti Mehra1
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
Estimating the postmortem interval with the help of entomological evidence, Thesis for M.D. Forensic Medicine by Akash Deep Aggarwal submitted to the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Punjab in 2005 for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine (Forensic Medicine)
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Dr. Akash Deep Aggarwal
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(From this issue we are starting a very special section which will show videos of dissections of various parts of the body. In each issue a special organ will be dissected. We are starting with the most important organ of the body - the brain. These movies were prepared in the Forensic Medicine department at the Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, by Dr. Puneet Setia, and Anil Aggrawal. This is the first regular feature of its kind in any online journal of forensic medicine. Contributions are welcome for this section.)
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(This section reviews popular as well as technical books on Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine and allied subjects. Books on tape and Books on CD are also reviewed from time to time. In addition, maps, charts, diagrams, models, calenders, various kinds of software and multimedia such as Video tapes, CDs and DVDs related to crime, horror, suspense, mystery, criminology, police science and administration, forensic medicine, forensic pathology and allied subjects are also reviewed)
An exclusive interview with Christine Quigley,
author of the bestseller Skulls and Skeletons
(McFarland & Company, Inc. Publishers, 2001)
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