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Pneumocystis jirovecii Pneumonia with Granulomatous Reaction in the Lung and the Liver Discovered at Autopsy

Kim MY, Bak S, Park S, Choi M, Lee SD

We report the case of a 42-year-old woman who died in hospital from severe respiratory failure, 10 days after the onset of symptoms. Autopsy and microscopic examination identified features of...
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An Unexpected Death Related to Accidental Gasoline Inhalation

Kim SW, Lee YM, Lee K, Park JS, Park J, Choi BH, Park S

Gasoline is a chemical compound of aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, and it easily vaporizes because of its volatile characteristics. Gasoline inhalation may occur accidentally or intentionally in various situations which...
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Factors Affecting DNA Yields from Serum and Plasma Samples Used for Personal Identification Testing

Lee JH, Kim B, Cho S, Seo HJ, Lee SD

Serum or plasma is free of cellular components. As DNA is in the nucleus or mitochondria of a cell, it can be presumed that serum/plasma is DNA free. However, there...
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Analysis of Death due to Poisoning in Gwangju and Jeollanam-do Areas

Choi WY, Kim HJ, Na JY, Lee SJ, Lee YJ, Park JT, Kim HS

This study examined 190 cases of confirmed poisoning, as determined by autopsy findings, as well as alcohol and toxicant concentrations in post-mortem specimens. Judicial autopsies were performed from January 2007...
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The Predictive Ratios of Intoxicated Deaths by Police's Death Scene Investigation and Doctor's Death Certificates in South Korea

Yang KM, Lee BW, Park JW, Lee S, Yun WJ, Park S, Lee MJ, Lee HY, Choi YS, Chung NE, Kim YH, Yoo SH, Kim JH

Forensic autopsies were performed on 1,821 cases in 2014 and 2,024 cases in 2015 at the National Forensic Service Seoul Institute. Based on the autopsy reports, 103 cases (5.7%) in...
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