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Neonate Deaths in the Toilets

Kim B, Park S, Ha H

Investigating neonatal deaths in the toilets is challenging for forensic pathologists. During the postmortem examination, they should evaluate whether the baby was alive or a stillbirth and determine any causes...
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Maternal Death due to Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy

Kwon JH, Choi M, Ha H, Park S

Acute fatty liver of pregnancy (AFLP) is one of the sudden unexpected causes in pregnancy and maternal deaths. It has been considered as a potential fatal disease in pregnancy, but...
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Death from Naphthalene Poisoning Manifesting as Toxic Hepatitis: An Autopsy Case

Choi J, Park SH, Park MJ, Jeon SH

Suicide through naphthalene poisoning is rare. Prolonged hemolytic anemia and hemoglobinuria are typical symptoms of naphthalene poisoning. We report an unusual case of naphthalene poisoning. The decedent was an 87-year-old...
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Quantitative Electroencephalogram Abnormalities in Methamphetamine Dependence in Forensic Evaluation: Case Control Study

Hwang S, Choi J, Lyu M, Kim S, Kim K, Ahn J

In this study, we analyzed the quantitative electroencephalograms (EEGs) of forty-eight subjects (18 with methamphetamine dependence and 30 non-methamphetamine users as controls). Immediately following data collection, all personally identifying information...
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Psychopharmacological Treatment Patterns in Patients with Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder in Forensic Inpatient Settings

Kim SK, Lee DB

The National Forensic Hospital is the only forensic psychiatric hospital in Korea. As of January 2016, the average number of patients assigned to each psychiatrist is more than 120. In...
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Statistical Analysis of Legal Autopsy Cases Performed in the Jeollabuk-do Province of Korea in 2016

Yoo SJ, Lee H, Noh SJ

This study aimed to obtain basic regional data of legal autopsy cases observed in the Jeollabuk-do province concerning causes and manner of death. We investigated 170 autopsy cases (114 males...
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Discrepancy of the Cause of Death in Autopsy Cases of Cardiovascular Disease with a Focus on Cause of Death Statistics

Na JY, Park JH, Lee BW, Lee BY

Determining the cause of death (COD) is important not only as personal information, but also as social statistical data. An autopsy is the gold standard for investigating death and determining...
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Endoscopic Examination in Postmortem Examination

Na JY, Park JH

Autopsy is recognized as the gold standard for examining the body of the deceased. However postmortem inspection, which is a method for examining the body through non-invasive modalities, is very...
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Bacteria as Normal Flora in Postmortem Body Fluid Samples

Na JY, Park JH, Kim SH, Park JT

Bacterial culture and identification are both useful in the clinical and forensic fields, although the postmortem changes in human microbiology are poorly understood. This study aimed to identify bacteria that...
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