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SCUBA Diving Fatality by Overweighted Belt: An Autopsy Case

Kim YS

Scuba diving is a popular sports activity, even though it is associated with potential hazards. When a diver enters the water for an underwater expedition, he/she needs a series of...
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Three Cases of Planned Complex Suicide

Kim DY, Lee S

Complex suicide refers to a type of suicide that leads to death using two or more methods. We report three cases of unique and rare examples of complex suicide, with...
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Sudden Unexpected Death During Bronchoscopy of a Patient with Pulmonary Lymphangitic Carcinomatosis and Pulmonary Tumor Thrombotic Microangiopathy due to Gastric Cancer

Park S, Na JY, Choi BH

We present the case of a 48-year-old woman who complained of sustained dyspnea and newly developed dyspnea, who then suddenly and unexpectedly expired during bronchoscopy. On postmortem examination, the deceased...
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Sex Discrimination Using the Index and Ring Finger Lengths in Ukwuani People of Nigeria

Eboh DE

The biological profile of a person is crucial in the forensic anthropology casework; and sexual dimorphism of the index and ring fingers makes them a vital tool for sex prediction....
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Review of Suicidal Electrocution in South Korea from 2008 Year to 2018 Year

Kim DY, Lee S, Kim DJ

The authors investigated the cases of electrocution suicides in South Korea from 2008 to 2018. Out of 151,419 suicides during this 11-year period, suicide by electrocution was extremely rare. Only...
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Evaluation of Sodium and Chloride Biochemical Tests in Drowning Autopsy Cases

Na JY, Oh YH

There are several diagnostic findings required for confirming a postmortem diagnosis of drowning. However, postmortem diagnosis of drowning remains challenging for forensic pathologists. In previous reports, several biochemical tests using...
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Analysis of Legal Liability in Medical Accident due to Nursing Practice through Precedents

Kim YS, Kim TE

These days, medical practice tends to be highly specialized and divided into qualified medical personnel, including nurses. Recent amendments of medical law show the change of the nurse's role in...
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