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Mechanical Asphyxia Caused by Thymoma

Yang KM, Choi CH, Kwon TJ, Lee HY, Kang SM, Chung NE

  • KMID: 1928080
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):82-85.
A 65 year-old female was suddenly expired soon after arriving in emergency room. Before arriving, she complained chest discomfort. Her neck mass was diagnosed as thyroid tumor about 11 years...
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A Case of Crush Syndrome after Physical Assaults

Oh JL, Kim YJ, Chung IJ, Lee H

  • KMID: 1928079
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):79-81.
The crush syndrome was first defined as a clinical entity in 1941. The term myorenal syndrome is preferred to the term crush injury or crush syndrome. The syndrome occurs in...
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A Case Report of Postmortem Identification Through Medical Information of Bravo(TM) Capsule in the Esophagus

Lee SH

  • KMID: 1928078
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):76-78.
Forensic pathologists must determine not only the cause and manner of death, but also the identity of the deceased. Some surgical procedures or implants may have a great value for...
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Present Situation of the Curriculum of Legal or Forensic Medicine in the Medical Schools of Korea

Park JT, Lee SD, Chae JM

  • KMID: 1928077
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):64-75.
No abstract available.
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Postmortem Examination System in Scotland

Kim YS

  • KMID: 1928076
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):55-63.
No abstract available.
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A Medicolegal Study of Ear Lengths in the Forensic Autopsy Cases

Park EU, Jo GR, Kim YS, Park SH, Kim DC, Kim GH, Kwon IH

  • KMID: 1928075
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):51-54.
Authors measured the length of the auricle of both sides, and the length of face to know the medicolegal significance of them in 265 medicolegal autopsy cases. The data were...
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Histopathological Findings of Cardiac Conduction System of Korean

Lee SY, Ahn YW, Kim KH, Huh GY, Jeon SH, Kim TG, Kang GH, Min BW

  • KMID: 1928074
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):43-50.
One hundred and thirty three heart specimens were collected from the cases submitted fo autopsy in the Department of Forensic Medicine in the Central District Office of National Institute of...
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A Case Study Related to Identifying the Driver of Motorcycle

Joh GW, Choi YS, Kim TH, Lee HS, Bag JC

  • KMID: 1928073
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):38-42.
It is a frequently asked question who was the driver of a vehicle when a traffic accident occur. To give an expert opinion who was the driver of vehicle, expert...
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State of Individual Identification Using Genetic Polymorphism in Korea: Step to Criminal DNA Bank

Choung CM, Jang BS, Li Z, Lee YS, Lee JB, Ha E, Lee SD

  • KMID: 1928072
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):25-37.
There have been several attempts for criminal DNA profiling in Korea, but ended without any fruitful results. Recently new movement for the profiling has just been started. Many have to...
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Experimental Estimation of Widmark Factor in A Korean Male Population

Yoo SH, Lee YS, Lee SD

  • KMID: 1928071
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):14-24.
The Widmark formula has been widely used in forensic fields since the early decades of 20 the century. When the calculation of blood-alcohol concentrations (BAC) from given quantities of alcoholic...
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Analysis of Traumatic Subarachnoid Hemorrhage due to Blunt Force Trauma on Facial Region

Kim GN, Lee SH, Chae JM, Kwak JS

  • KMID: 1928070
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2006 May;30(1):1-13.
Traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (T-SAH) is said to be typically occurred in a young, healthy, but intoxicated man who receives a minor blow, immediately collapses, and dies within minutes. Sixteen forensic...
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