Limitations of the forensic external examination in determining the cause and manner of death.

Abstract

The accuracy of the cause and manner of death based on a medical examiner external examination of the body and review of other evidence was investigated. The authors retrospectively identified 185 such forensic cases in which an autopsy was performed subsequently at a major teaching hospital. Autopsy disclosed a change in the manner of death in only one… (More)

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