Color Atlas of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

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A Brief Overview

Firstly, the best-selling Color Atlas of Forensic Medicine and Pathology is now in its second edition an easy-to-read guide to principles of forensic pathology, from simple definitions to advancing concepts of all kinds of death.

This book contains more than 1,600 full-color images, including 400 photos more than the first edition, to improve comprehension for healthcare practitioners and others with fewer medical credentials.

Also, the book presents the different types of patterns created by deaths using careful visual proof of postmortem changes of the human body. These deaths can be results of the following:

  • Causes (Natural)
  • Protocols for diagnosis
  • Protocols for treatment
  • Abuse of medications
  • Toxicity
  • Abuse of children
  • Weapons of fire
  • Blunt tools
  • Sharp equipment.
  • Burns
  • Asphyxia

A whole new section on histopathology is also added in the book. To explain what appears in each of the images and to compare similar but distinct pathologies, the text uses a certain, detailed language.

A valuable technical guide for death detectives, forensic pathologists, and medical examiners is this book.

Table of Contents

Here are the twelve chapters stated in this book word to word by the creators:

“Acknowledgments

Editor

Contributors

Research Assistants and Photo Imaging Contributors

  1. Sudden Natural Death in a Forensic Setting
  2. Therapeutic Interventions, Complications, and Accidents
  3. Substance Abuse and Poisoning
  4. Postmortem Change and Time of Death
  5. Pediatric Forensic Pathology
  6. Blunt-Force Injuries
  7. Sharp-Force Injuries
  8. Gunshot Wounds
  9. Burns
  10. Asphyxia
  11. Histology
  12. Forensic Photography”

About the Author of Color Atlas of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

Firstly, Charles Catanese studied medicine at the Downstate Medical Center at New York State University and lived in Brooklyn, New York at State University Hospital–Kings County Hospital. Moreover, He is a certified board of anatomic and forensic pathology by the American Pathology Board.

More than 5,000 autopsies, including over 500 murders, have personally been conducted and several other ones monitored. Also, in New Jersey, Rhode Island, Tennessee, New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire; he acted as a private consultant for local coverage.

He was also an examiner during the aftermath of many major incidents, such as the 1996 TWA Flight 800 accident, the 2001 Flight 587 American Airlines accident, and after 9 months of investigating deaths from the September 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center.

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