Forensic Neuropathology: A Practical Review of the by Hideo H. Itabashi MD, John M. Andrews MD, Uwamie Tomiyasu

By Hideo H. Itabashi MD, John M. Andrews MD, Uwamie Tomiyasu MD, Stephanie S. Erlich MD, FRCP(C), , Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran MD

Forensic Neuropathology presents enhanced visible examples of the usually encountered stipulations in forensic neuropathology and solutions questions that come up relating to neuropathological findings. The paintings contains values for frequently-encountered scientific tests, and incorporates a extra accomplished precis of aging/dating of assorted neuropathological tactics than comes in the other unmarried present resource. basic pathology citizens, forensic pathology and neuropathology fellows, and normal pathologists and clinicians fascinated about referred situations will locate this publication tremendous beneficial, as will contributors in allied fields reminiscent of legislations enforcement officials and attorneys.

Forensic Neuropathology aims to: (1) offer a concise precis of functional details usually wanted in forensic neuropathology circumstances; (2) contain chosen fabric formerly identified yet might be no longer considerably emphasised in present literature; and (3) the place attainable, to indicate aging/dating parameters for yes neuropathological findings correct to forensic neuropathology testimony. As a selective reference, the quantity emphasizes sensible matters and makes a speciality of the main regularly encountered matters between neuropathology and health worker professionals.

  • Over 800 high quality full-color photos, gross and microscopic in addition to illustrative line drawings
  • Use of exact circumstances, in brief summarized and illustrated to stress key principles
  • Focuses at the most-commonly encountered circumstances as relate to forensic incident and covers those facets intensive and detail

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