Description - Forensic Pathology by David Dolinak
Forensic Pathology: Principles and Practice, has been developed to respond to a severe void in the literature. Although multiple texts on forensic pathology exist, none make use of modern educational format and digital technique in a manner that is useful to professional sudden death investigators. The book is designed to be a straight-forward text that is organized in a case-oriented format. It contains more than 1800 full-color autopsy photographs with concise text to adequately explain representative topics. The photographs are large, bold, and colorful and are meant to serve as visual examples of the diverse realm of pathological findings waiting to be found at autopsy. In addition to practicing pathologists, residents and fellows training in a wide array of disciplines including medicine, radiology, emergency medicine and surgery should find this a valuable resource. The atlas will also equip law enforcement officials, crime scene personnel, and criminal investigators who are often tasked with investigating sudden death, with the proper questions to ask and appropriate expectations to have when dealing with pathologists and their work.
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(279mm x 216mm x mm)
Academic Press Inc
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Author Biography - David Dolinak
David Dolinak is Chief Medical Examiner for Austin, TX. He has published and lectured extensively in the neurosciences and forensic pathology. In conjunction with Evan Matshes he has produced the very well received text "Medicolegal Neuropathology: A Color Atlas." Evan Matshes is the Assistant Chief Medical Examiner for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has published and lectured extensively in human anatomy and osteology, the neurosciences, and forensic pathology. In addition to his aforementioned textbook publishing, he was also a co-author on "An Atlas of Human Osteology", released in 2000 in Canada.