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Liver Graft Failure and Bile Cast Nephropathy

Mrzljak A, Jurekovic , Novak R, Maksimovic B, Mikulic D, Galesic Ljubanovic D

The consequences of graft failure after liver transplantation (LT) range far beyond the liver. The kidneys are often affected, where persistent and progressive cholestasis can result in acute kidney injury...
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Gastromalacia (Postmortem Gastric Perforation): Two Cases Reports

Kim DJ, Lee S

Gastromalacia refers to the postmortem acute autolytic erosion of the gastric wall. It should be distinguished from gastric perforations caused by antemortem injuries or other pathologic processes, such as ulcer...
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Unusual Suicide with Chainsaw: An Autopsy Case Report

Jung Y, Jang S, Park H, Lee S

In autopsy practice, we encounter case of suicide or murder using various methods or tools. Damage caused by tools such as a knife or hammer is commonly encountered, but a...
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Lung Pathology in Septic Shock with Leukopenia

Huh GY

Sepsis-related deaths are occasionally encountered in forensic practice. However, forensic pathologists are reluctant to use the terminology “sepsis” or “septic shock” as a cause of death because of the lack...
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Usefulness of Near-infrared Spectroscopy for Diagnosis of Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhage in Postmortem Inspection

Park JP, Lee TS, Choi M, Yang KM, Park J, Won Y, Choi SG, Lee K, Kim JH, Kang CL, Choi SW

Near-infrared spectroscopy is a device used to determine whether traumatic intracranial hemorrhage has occurred and is primarily used for screening in emergency situations. In this study we examined the applicability...
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Usefulness of Mast Cell Tryptase Analysis for Postmortem Diagnosis of Anaphylactic Shock

Park JP, Koo BY, Lee NW

Anaphylactic shock (AS) is a systemic and life-threatening type I hypersensitivity reaction and is often encountered at an autopsy. However, postmortem diagnosis of AS can be difficult due to non-specific...
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A Study on the Death Certificates and the Warrant of Seizure in Relation to the Death Certification System

Kim YS, Kim TE

The death certification system in a modern welfare state is of critical importance because it is related to the collection of national statistics for health policy, social security and social...
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Incidentally detected gallbladder agenesis in a child: the importance of identifying anatomic structure

Jung JH, Suh HR, Lee DE, Choe JY, Lee SM, Kang B, Choe BH

The absence of a gallbladder is a very rare anomaly. While it is usually asymptomatic, it can cause biliary colic symptoms. For these reasons, gallbladder agenesis can be misdiagnosed as...
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Positional Asphyxia after Falling to Backward in a Drunken State

Choi J, Ha H

The deceased was found in the basement staircase of a commercial building. He was drunk the night before his death. He went into the building at 00:45 am as per...
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Self-Ligature Strangulation by Utilizing Recliner

Kim DY, Lee S

Most cases of ligature strangulation are generally homicides, and deaths due to suicide or accident are rare. We present a very rare case of a man using a recliner sofa...
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Biomechanical Properties of the Cranial Dura Mater with Puncture Defects: An In Vitro Study

Aydın HE, Kızmazoglu C, Kaya I, Husemoglu , Sozer G, Havıtcıoglu H, Arslantas

OBJECTIVE: The primary aim of this investigation was to explore the nature of dura mater biomechanics following the introduction of puncture defect(s). METHODS: Twenty-eight dura mater specimens were collected during autopsy...
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Primary Age-Related Tauopathy: An Elderly Brain Pathology Frequently Encountered during Autopsy

Kim D, Kim HS, Choi SM, Kim BC, Lee MC, Lee KH, Lee JH

Due to the progressive aging of Korean society and the introduction of brain banks to the Korean medical system, the possibility that pathologists will have access to healthy elderly brains...
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A Case of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of Cervical Esophagus with Metastasis to Thyroid Gland

Kang JY, Kim JJ, Choi IJ

Despite thyroid is a highly vascularized organ, clinically significant metastatic spread to the thyroid is considered uncommon. There is a reported incidence of up to 24.0% metastases to the thyroid...
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Pericardial Tearing by Fall into Water Surface: An Autopsy Case

Kim YS

Injuries caused by free-fall from heights represent a specific form of blunt trauma that can be difficult to interpret, especially when the impact medium is water. On autopsy practice, the...
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Sudden Death due to Rupture of Pulmonary Trunk Aneurysm in a Patient with Eisenmenger Syndrome

Kim SZ, Lee S

Proximal pulmonary artery aneurysms and dissection are rare and life-threatening conditions, which are usually detected only during autopsy examination in cases of sudden death. These pathological entities often occur as...
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Statistical Analysis of Postmortem Inspection Cases of the National Forensic Service Seoul Institute in 2017

Lee YM, Choi M, Won YJ, Park JP, Choi CH, Seo I, Kim DH, Choi SG, Kang B, Aum N, Kim DY, Kim SH, Kim YH, Park JW, Yang KM, Choi YS

This study provides a statistical analysis of 1,226 cases of death occurring in Area 8, Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (Gangseo, Yangcheon, and Guro Police Stations) from January 1 to December...
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Histopathological examination following side-by-side placement of metal stents for malignant hilar biliary obstruction

Nakagawara H, Yamao K, Gotoda T, Kikuta D, Takei A, Iwatsuka K, Takahashi , Ogawa M, Henmi A, Kobayashi , Moriyama M

BACKGROUND: Endoscopic-guided placement of metal stents for unresectable malignant hilar biliary obstruction (UMHBO) is performed using partial stent-in-stent or side-by-side (SBS) techniques. The latter involves placing sequential stents within the...
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Extreme Suicide

Kim DY, Lee S

Many people end their lives by committing suicide every year. Most of these people inflict their own death using a method that is considered least painful such as hanging, gun...
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Traumatic Rupture of the Middle Cerebral Artery Followed by Acute Basal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Tailored Approach in Forensic Pathology by Aid of Post-mortem Angiographic Findings

Park S, Lee S, Yang KM, Kim D, Lee H, Cha JG

We present the case of a 23-year-old man who suddenly collapsed during a physical altercation with his friends while in a drunken state. The post-mortem computed tomography (CT) with angiography...
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Are Wischnewski Spots Found Only in Hypothermia?

Noh MK, Lee S

Wischnewski spots (WS) are multiple black spots observed in the gastric mucosa at autopsy that are considered a reliable and important feature of hypothermia. Nonetheless, the frequency of WS varies...
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