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Circumstances of Death and Gross and Microscopic Observations in a Series of 200 Cases of Sudden Death Associated With Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy and/or Dysplasia
Background—Sudden death is a possible consequence of arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy/dysplasia (ARVC/D). Prevalence of ARVC/D in unexpected sudden cardiac death (USCD), however,Expand
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Arsenic speciation in human organs following fatal arsenic trioxide poisoning--a case report.
The aim of this investigation was to study the distribution of arsenic species in human organs following fatal acute intoxication by arsenic trioxide. The collected autopsy samples of most organsExpand
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Contribution of Long-QT Syndrome Genetic Variants in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
A cohort of 52 French unrelated infant cases who died unexpectedly before they reached 12 months of age was blindly investigated to better quantify the contribution of long-QT syndrome (LQTS) geneticExpand
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La prise en charge des personnes dépendantes
Nous essaierons a travers cet expose de determiner les prestations sociales pour permettre le maintien a domicile de la personne dependante par l'assistance d'une tierce personne. La tierce personneExpand
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Unsuspected cardiac lesions associated with sudden unexpected perioperative death.
The retrospective analysis of 1700 forensic autopsies over 17 years (1981-97) following unexpected sudden cardiac death revealed a group of 50 cases that could have been related to surgery and/orExpand
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Gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry assay for the quantification of four benzodiazepines and citalopram in eleven postmortem rabbit fluids and tissues, with application to animal and human
Pharmacokinetic studies and postmortem toxicological investigations require a validated analytical technique to quantify drugs on a large number of matrices. Three-step liquid/liquid extraction withExpand
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Criminal burning.
We report a study of 40 burnt bodies on which an autopsy was carried out at the Institut de Médecine Légale in Lyon (28 men/12 women, average age = 41 years, minimum age = 3 years, maximum age = 86Expand
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Sudden death following accidental ingestion of a button battery by a 17-month-old child: a case study
Cases of ingesting button batteries by children are not common clinical situations in forensic medicine. Although it can be a cause of death when associated with digestive perforations, no cases ofExpand
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Thrombolysis with intravenous rtPA in a series of 100 cases of acute carotid territory stroke: determination of etiological, topographic, and radiological outcome factors.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Although new, large, double-blind, randomized studies are needed to establish the efficiency of intravenous thrombolysis, open trials of sufficient size may also provide novelExpand
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