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Death by Spontaneous Hemoperitoneum due to the Rupture of Capsular Vasculature in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Patient: A Case Report

Choi M, Choi BH, Kim HJ

Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the leading causes of death in Korea. Chronic hepatitis, alcoholic liver disease and liver cirrhosis are predisposing factor of HCC. Bleeding tendency and hemorrhage...
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A Case of Molecular Analysis of XX Male Syndrome

Lee HY, Lyoo SH, Hwang CH, Lee SD

Sex typing may become the start point in investigations that are usually performed through amelogenin typing. In cases involving genotype-phenotype discrepancy, amelogenin typing could yield misleading results. The rare XX...
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Aneurysmal Rupture of the Internal Carotid Artery in a Presumed Neurofibromatosis Type I Patient

Na JY, Park JP, Kim DW, Won YJ, Kim HJ

Aneurysm of the internal carotid artery is a rare disease and is known to be associated with congenital arterial anomalies such as neurofibromatosis type I (NF-I). NF-I is an autosomal...
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Psychiatric Diagnosis and Hypersexual Behavior Inventory, Sexual Addiction Screening Test, and Beck Depression Inventory/Beck Anxiety Inventory of the Sexual Offenders

Lee JH, Kim HS, Lee JW, Park WS, Lim MH

The current study evaluated DSM-IV psychiatric diagnoses and investigated the psychological characteristics of sexual offenders by using the Hypersexual Behavior Inventory(HBI), Sexual Addiction Screening Test (SAST), Beck Depression Inventory (BDI),...
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The Analysis of Reclaiming Ratio for 3 Diatom Species from Experimentally Drowned Animal Organs

Hong JW, Kim YS

Drowning is one of the most common causes accidental death worldwide, but its diagnosis remains a challenging task in forensic pathology. Several authors have suggested that diatom analysis be conducted...
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Forensic Analysis of the Cause of Death and Death on Arrival of Patients at the Emergency Room

Park JH, Kim YJ, Ham SH, Yeom SR, Ahn R, Ha H

From January 2007 to June 2012, 55 autopsy cases were reviewed, in which death occurred outside the hospital and the patients were declared dead on arrival at the emergency departments,...
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Differences in the Determination of Cause and Manner of 127 Natural Death Cases by Postmortem Inspection and Autopsy

Huh GY, Kim KH, Jo GR, Lee SY

Medico-legal investigations in Korea depend mostly on postmortem inspection without autopsy. Both untrained physicians and experienced forensic pathologists may not be able to determine the cause and manner of death...
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DNA Methylation-Based Age Estimation in the Forensic Field

An JH, Shin KJ, Choi A, Yang WI, Lee HY

The estimation of age is an important issue in forensic science, and the forensic community has attempted many times to establish methods for solving this issue. Aging leads to alterations...
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