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Acute Necrotizing Esophagitis: An Autopsy Case Report and Literature Review

Choi M, Jung GU, Shim YT, Koo HN, Choi BH, Chung NE, Choi YS, Kim YS

Acute necrotizing esophagitis (AEN), also called "black esophagus," is a rare disorder with an unknown pathogenesis. Endoscopic findings generally show black pigmentation throughout the esophagus. This case also offered rare...
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Death by Hemorrhagic Enteritis due to Suspicious Mushroom Poisoning: A Case Report

Choi M, Kim SH, Choi BH, Park S

Mushroom poisoning widely reported in Oriental and Western literature, is typically caused by accidental ingestion of toxic mushrooms that resemble edible mushrooms. Reports about poisoning due to species of Omphalotus,...
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Animal Experiment for the Analysis of Postmortem Inhalation Degree by Drowning Medium Containing Methylene Blue

Hong JW, Choi CH, Kim YS

Drowning is a leading cause of accidental deaths worldwide, but its pathological diagnosis remains a challenge for forensic pathologists owing to a lack of pathognomonic findings in drowning deaths and...
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Evaluation of Pedophilia Patients of the National Forensic Hospital by Types of Offense according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Typologies of Child Molesters

Lim J, Lee J, Shim G, Yang J, Kim S, Kim D

This study aimed to classify individuals who had perpetrated child sexual abuse according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) typologies of child molesters and to assess the correlations between...
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A Classification of Asphyxia Autopsy Cases of the Korea in 2012 according to New Classification of Asphyxia

Na JY, Park JP, Yang KM, Chung NE, Lee HY

No accepted standard currently exists to classify asphyxia and define its subtypes. Sauvageau and Boghossian proposed an asphyxia classification system in 2010 that divided asphyxia into suffocation, strangulation, mechanical asphyxia,...
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Technical Approach for the Postmortem Examination of SCUBA Diving Fatality

Kim YS

Recreational diving is an exciting and adventurous sport, but is also potentially hazardous. Despite its inherent hazards, an increasing number of people enjoy SCUBA (self-contained underwater breathing apparatus) diving; the...
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