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Various Forms of Fatal Nicotine Intoxications: Three Cases Report

Joo JW, Kim M, Park MJ, Ha H

Recently, fatal nicotine intoxications with electronic cigarette liquid have increased in Korea, but various kinds of cigarettes and smoking cessation aids may also cause fatal poisoning. We report cases of...
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The Assessment of Eyewitness Memory Using Electroencephalogram: Application of Machine Learning Algorithm

Ham K, Kim KP, Jeong H, Yoo SH

This study was conducted to investigate whether memory accuracy can be assessed by analyzing electrophysiological responses (i.e., electroencephalography [EEG]) for retrieval cues related to the witnessed scene. Specifically, we examined...
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Age Estimation Based on Pulp Chamber Size of Mandibular First Molars from Intraoral Periapical Radiographs in Korean

Jeon HM, Jang SM, Kim KH, Kim SY, Jung KH, Ok SM, Jeong SH, Ahn YW

The teeth are the hardest structures in the body and can be a biomarker of aging. The aging process and degenerative changes in the teeth are helpful for estimation of...
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Forensic Application of Behavioral Evidence Analysis

Kim YS

Criminal profiling of violent, serial crimes plays a critical role in police work worldwide. However, its performance in Korea remains a topic of debate and has been deemed unsatisfactory; empirical...
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Study for Lists of Forensic Autopsy Request: Quantitative Analysis about Documents Relating to Autopsy Request

Park JH, Na JY, Lee BY, Song SH

In the Republic of Korea, relevant documents are submitted to forensic doctors or agencies when courts grant confiscation warrants for autopsy. If the essential data on unusual death are not...
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Forensic Review of Hot Bath-Related Death in the Elderly: Focused on Japanese Studies

Huh GY, Kim EY

Hot bath-related deaths occur occasionally in Korea, particularly in the winter season among elderly people. The postmortem determination of the cause and manner of death is often difficult because the...
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