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Sudden Death from an Non-diagnosed Paraganglioma after Surgery: A Case Report

Choi M, Park JH, Kim HJ, Choi BH, Choi YS

Extra-adrenal paragangliomas and pheochromocytomas are rare but clinically important tumors, which produce, store, release, and metabolize catecholamines resulting in unexpected life-threatening effects. It is neither easy nor difficult to clinically...
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Pulmonary Hemorrhage with Progressive Massive Fibrosis in a Silicosis Patient: An Autopsy Case

Kyeong HE, Cheong H, Kim HJ, Choi YS

Progressive massive fibrosis (PMF) involves extensive fibrosis of the lung and is usually bilateral in nature. This lesion occurs in patients showing silicosis and other pneumoconioses, including asbestosis, coal workers'...
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Traumatic Injury of the Innominate Artery: A Case Report

Park S, Cho WY, Kim DY, Cho SJ

Although the innominate artery is protected by a bony structure, traumatic injury of this vessel has been reported. These injuries usually occur after blunt chest trauma or sudden deceleration, and...
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Death of a Severe Underweight Infant with Pulmonary Interstitial Glycogenosis

Jang SJ, Kim KR, Kim HJ, Kim M

Pulmonary interstitial glycogenosis (PIG) is a very rare interstitial lung disease in infants. It is poorly understood, but its pathological features are distinct; they include uniform alveolar septal thickening, caused...
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A Case Report of Suicide with a Homemade Handgun (Plastic Model Gun)

Lee JY, Goo JH, Lee SH

Unlike the United States, cases of firearm suicides in Korea are rare and are usually limited to military soldiers and policemen. In addition, there is no case report of a...
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The Statistical Analysis of Legal Autopsies in 2011 (The Headquarters of National Forensic Service)

Na JY, Park JP, Choi MS, Lee HY, Choi YS, Chung NE, Park HJ, Jeon SH, Kim YH, Choi BH, Seo JS

This is a statistical analysis of the data obtained from legal autopsies performed at the headquarters of the National Forensic Service during 2011. This report aims to analyze 2,723 cases. 1....
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Survey of SCUBA Divers in Korea Focused on Forensic Implications

Kim KH, Kim YS

This study aimed at surveying recreational scuba divers in order to determine demographic characteristics such as diving certification level and diving times, history of medical illnesses or injuries, and incidence...
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The Effect of Elapsed Time on the Quantity of mRNA in Skin: A Study to Evaluate the Potential Forensic Use of mRNA to Determine the Postmortem Interval

Song HJ, Choi YL, Kang SY, Chae JM

Ribonucleic acid (RNA) has potential use in forensic science for the determination of postmortem interval. We report the first study on serial sampling of messenger RNA (mRNA) from surgical specimens...
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The Comparison of Plankton Detection by Two Analysis Methods in the Seawater of Gageo Island

Hong JW, Lee KL, Kim YS

The acid digestion method for extracting diatoms has been widely used to confirm death by drowning, but its reliability is still disputed because some diatoms can be destroyed during the...
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Medicolegal Death Investigation System in America

Choo TM, Choi YS, Lee H, Seo JS

Medicolegal death investigations in the U.S. have become a critical part of crime investigations over the past several decades. additionally, the roles of medical examiners (MEs) and coroners have expanded...
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