Forensic molecular pathology: its impacts on routine work, education and training.

@article{Maeda2014ForensicMP,
  title={Forensic molecular pathology: its impacts on routine work, education and training.},
  author={Hitoshi Maeda and Takaki Ishikawa and Tomomi Michiue},
  journal={Legal medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={61-9}
}
The major role of forensic pathology is the investigation of human death in relevance to social risk management to determine the cause and process of death, especially in violent and unexpected sudden deaths, which involve social and medicolegal issues of ultimate, personal and public concerns. In addition to the identification of victims and biological materials, forensic molecular pathology contributes to general explanation of the human death process and assessment of individual death on the… CONTINUE READING
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