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Fatty acid composition of brain, retina, and erythrocytes in breast- and formula-fed infants.
Breast-fed infants score better on visual and developmental tests than do formula-fed infants and this has been related to higher concentrations of erythrocyte docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, 22:6 omegaExpand
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Sudden infant death syndrome and unclassified sudden infant deaths: a definitional and diagnostic approach.
The definition of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) originally appeared in 1969 and was modified 2 decades later. During the following 15 years, an enormous amount of additional information hasExpand
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Forensic issues in Down syndrome fatalities.
  • R. Byard
  • Medicine
  • Journal of forensic and legal medicine
  • 1 November 2007
Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, is the most common chromosomal abnormality associated with intellectual impairment. Premature death is a feature of the syndrome due to a wide variety of conditionsExpand
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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Overview and Update
  • R. Byard, H. Krous
  • Medicine
  • Pediatric and developmental pathology : the…
  • 21 January 2003
The past decade and a half has seen marked changes in the epidemiology of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). The avoidance of certain risk factors such as sleeping prone and cigarette smokeExpand
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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)--standardised investigations and classification: recommendations.
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) still accounts for considerable numbers of unexpected infant deaths in many countries. While numerous theories have been advanced to explain these events, it isExpand
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Diagnostic Problems Associated with Cadaveric Trauma from Animal Activity
Analysis of a series of deaths between 1986 and 2001 resulting from natural disease, accidents, suicides, and homicide, where postmortem animal activity had traumatized bodies, was undertaken at theExpand
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Murder-suicides involving children: a 29-year study.
Review was undertaken from February 1969 to January 1998 at the State forensic science center (Forensic Science) in Adelaide, South Australia, of all cases of murder-suicide involving children <16Expand
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Using the Excess Heat Factor (EHF) to predict the risk of heat related deaths.
Extremes of climate are not uncommon in Australia and heatwaves are not infrequent. Periods of high ambient temperature may result in clusters of heat related deaths, which may place strain onExpand
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CDC Growth Charts
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Factors and processes causing accelerated decomposition in human cadavers - An overview.
Artefactually enhanced putrefactive and autolytic changes may be misinterpreted as indicating a prolonged postmortem interval and throw doubt on the veracity of witness statements. Review of filesExpand
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