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    Author(s)Shankar Bakkannavar
    PublisherELSEVIER
    Edition1st Edition
    ISBN9788131250464
    Pages248
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2018

    Description

    ELSEVIER Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Practical Manual by Shankar Bakkannavar

    This Practical manual is designed to address the need of the undergraduate medical students to help them to face the practical examination with ease. This prepares the students adequately in practical aspects.

    Key features:

    - Contains both practical and viva sections
    - Practical section contains exercises as well as Objective Structured Practical Examination questions
    - Each practical is supported by specific objectives, inference and opinions
    - Each practical is followed by practice exercise
    - Helps the students to learn practicals by themselves
    - Each practical contains a video link which students can download and get a classroom experience while preparing
    - Viva section contains most frequently asked must know and nice to know questions during practical examinations


    Table of Contents
    Foreword....................................................................vii
    Preface ......................................................................... ix
    Acknowledgement..................................................... xi

    Section A: Practicals
    PART 1: Exercises  View less >

    1. Age estimation from X-rays ..............................5
    Procedure of Estimation of age by X-rays
    Estimation of age by X-ray of shoulder joint
    Estimation of age by X-ray of elbow joint
    Estimation of age by X-ray of wrist joint
    Estimation of age by X-ray of hip joint
    Estimation of age by X-ray of knee joint
    Estimation of age by X-ray of ankle joint

    2. Sex determination by bones ..........................12
    Determination of sex by skull bone
    Determination of sex by mandible
    Determination of sex by hip bone
    Determination of sex by sacrum
    Determination of sex by femur
    Determination of sex by pelvis

    3. Age estimation by dentition ..........................17
    Estimation of age by dentition
    (Orthopantomogram)

    4. Medical certifi cates/documents/
    intimation letters .............................................19
    Procedure of issuing medical certifi cates

    5. Medical certifi cation of cause of death
    (MCCD) ...........................................................25
    Procedure to be followed while issuing MCCD

    6. Consent in medical practice .......................... 31
    Procedure to be followed while obtaining
    consent

    7. Injury certifi cate ...............................................34
    Procedure of issuing Injury certifi cate

    8. Post-mortem summary ..................................39
    How to analyse postmortem summary?

    9. Examination of victim of sexual assault .......43
    Procedure of examination of victim of sexual
    assault

    10. Examination of accused of sexual assault .... 51
    Procedure of examination of accused of sexual
    assault

    11. Examination of a case of drunkenness .........57
    Procedure of examination of drunkenness case

    12. Viscera preservation and packing ..................63
    Procedure of Viscera packing

    PART 2: Spotters (OSPE)  View less >

    13. Post-mortem instruments ..............................67
    How to identify, infer and answer spotters

    14. Weapon examination .....................................72
    Procedure of weapon examination

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    Contents

    15. Soft specimen examination ...........................79
    Procedure of examination of soft specimens

    16. Interpretation of photographs .......................88
    How to interpret fi ndings in the given
    photographs

    17. Histopathology specimens ............................96
    Interpretation of fi ndings in the photographs

    18. Toxicological appliances ...............................100
    Examination of toxicological appliances

    19. Toxicological specimens ...............................102
    Identifying, inferring and answering pertinent
    questions of toxicological specimens

    Section B: Viva

    PART 1: Forensic Pathology  View less >

    20. Medico-legal autopsy ....................................121
    21. Thanatology .................................................. 128
    22. Identifi cation ................................................ 135
    23. Asphyxia .........................................................141
    24. Infant deaths ................................................. 147

    PART 2: Clinical Forensic Medicine  View less >

    25. Mechanical injuries ...................................... 155
    26. Regional injuries ........................................... 160
    27. Firearm injuries............................................. 163
    28. Road traffi c accidents and medico legal
    importance of injuries ................................. 167

    29. Thermal injuries ............................................171
    30. Forensic psychiatry ....................................... 175
    31. Sexual offences...............................................181

    PART 3: Medical Ethics & Law  View less >

    32. Legal procedure .............................................191
    33. Medical ethics and professionalism .......... 195

    PART 4: Toxicology  View less >

    34. General principles of toxicology .................205
    35. Corrosives and insecticides .......................... 210
    36. Irritants ...........................................................214
    37. CNS poisons ................................................. 223
    38. Cardiac poisons ............................................ 234
    39. Asphyxiants ................................................... 237

    Index ....................................................................... 243