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[Secondary publication] Sudden Aortic Rupture in Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type IV

Baek T, Kim M, Ki CS, Park SH, Lee H, Kim KR, Choi BH

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV (EDS IV) is a hereditary disorder of the connective tissue, characterized by easy bruising, thin skin with visible veins, and spontaneous rupture of the large arteries,...
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A Comparative Study of Postmortem Bacterial Culture and Identification Methods

Na JY, Park JH, Ham SH, Kim HS, Park JT

Postmortem bacterial culture can be valuable for investigating deaths and determining the cause of death. However, there are many concerns regarding postmortem bacterial culture such as postmortem transmigration and agonal...
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Looking Back at Our 5-Year Experience of Paternity Testing: A Summary

Kim MY, Cho S, Lyoo SH, Lee JH, Seo HJ, Ryu WK, Jeong Y, Lee SD

We have been testing familial relationships based on short tandem repeats (STRs) in families who requested it either voluntarily or by order of the court. Here, we present a summary...
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Forensic Application of Age Estimation Using Signal Joint T-Cell Receptor Excision Circles in Human Lymphoid Tissues

Cho S, Seo HJ, Lee JH, Ha H, Lee SD

The declining tendency of signal joint T-cell receptor excision circles (sjTRECs) in peripheral blood is known to be age-dependent, and their quantification in blood or bloodstains has recently been introduced...
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Analysis of Cisternal Puncture Results during a Postmortem Examination

Na JY, Park JH, Oh YH, Oh SM, Kim HS, Park JT

Examination of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) samples is important in postmortem examinations. CSF samples can be collected by performing lumbar or cisternal punctures. Additionally, if bloody fluid is aspirated during a...
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Expression of Connexin 43 in the Myocardium in Sudden Unexplained Nocturnal Death Syndrome

Huh GY, Ahn JW, Kim EY

Sudden unexplained nocturnal death syndrome (SUNDS) occurs predominantly in Southeast Asian people including Koreans. SUNDS is problematic for forensic pathologists because the diagnosis depends on the "exclusion of diagnosis." Moreover,...
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