- A Reintegration Program for Elderly Prisoners Reduces Reoffending
- Headspace GC-MS Detection of Carbon Monoxide in Decomposed Blood and Hepatic Tissues
- Assessment of Cephalic and Facial Indices: A proof for Ethnic and Sexual Dimorphism
- Examination of Some Country made Smooth Bore Firearms
- Tame to Torture: Psychosexual Correlations of Sex, Violence and Torture
- Presentation of the HoNOS-Secure French Version, an Outcome Measure for Users of Secure and Forensic Mental Health Services
- Study on Hair Morphology to Distinguish the Dominant Races in Malaysia for Forensic Investigation
- The Medico-Legal Importance of Establishing Human Identity by Palatal Rugoscopy: Evaluation of the Immutability and Individuality of Palatal Rugae under the Influence of Ante Mortem Orthodontic Treatment
- Fingerprint Recovery from Human Skin by Finger Powder
- The Fatal Alcoholic Ketoacidosis as a Dilemma in the Differential Diagnosis in Unexpected Deaths
In this study, the quids were found to be especially rich in phytoliths, and analysis of dental casts made from impressions left in the quids revealed flat wear and dental attrition similar to that of Agave-reliant hunter-gatherers.
We report a death from anaphylaxis in which 2 separate serum tryptase measurements taken 24 hours apart from the same femoral vein showed a substantial decline from 130.0 ug/L at day 2 after death to 84.4 ug/L at day 3.
The physical and biological aspects of polonium-210, one of the most hazardous radioisotopes, are summarized. Although this radioisotope is naturally occurring and rare, it received quite a bit of attention after it was used in the 2006 assassination of former Russian Intelligence member Alexander Litvinenko in London.
Chemical weapons have given the human experience of warfare a uniquely terrifying quality that has inspired a general repugnance and led to periodic attempts to ban their use.
A method for producing synthetic debris similar to the melt glass produced by nuclear surface testing is demonstrated. Melt glass from the first nuclear weapon test is used as the benchmark for this study.
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