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Mechanisms of Injuries to Unrestrained Drivers in Head-On Collisions
Rotational cerebral injuries near the superior margin of the brain
SummaryTraumatic lesions near the superior margin of the brain frequently are caused by an anterior or posterior blow to the head. The injuries consist of disruptions of one or a few (with subdural… Expand
ON THE AGRANULAR CELLS IN THE PANCREATIC ISLET TISSUE OF THE MARINE TELEOST COTTUS SCORPIUS.
[On the diagnosis of recent myocardial lesions].
- G. Voigt
- Deutsche Zeitschrift fur die gesamte gerichtliche…
Histochemical investigation of the distribution of zinc in the pancreas in experimental zinc poisoning.
- G. Voigt
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Acta pathologica et microbiologica Scandinavica
- 18 August 2009
Reliability of a presumptive diagnosis in sudden unexpected death in adults. The case for the autopsy.
THE VALUE of autopsy performance in establishing a cause of death, assisting in the determination of the manner of death, comparing the premortem and postmortem findings, producing vital statistics,… Expand
Ring fractures of the base of the skull.
Spinal injuries in belt-wearing car occupants killed by head-on collisions.
In 34 post-mortem examinations of car occupants wearing seat belts and killed in straight or oblique head-on collisions, a thorough investigation of the spine was performed. The autopsy results were… Expand
The effects of the design of the steering assembly and the instrument panel on injuries (especially aortic rupture) sustained by car drivers in head-on collision.
[On the laceration of numerous or all superior cerebral veins with minor subdural hematoma and brain stem lesion].
Durch Gewalteinwirkungen von vorn oder hinten gegen den Kopf kann es durch Verschiebung des Groshirns gegenuber Schadelkalotte und Dura zum Abris zahlreicher oder samtlicher Vv. cerebri sup. kommen,… Expand