forensic medical literature

 

Wound man - Johannes de Ketham - Fasciculo de Medicina

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pinterest - forensic art

 

 

impact factors etc in forensic medicine

 

diagnostic criteria in forensic pathology

 

Very few attempts have been made to define diagnostic criteria for pathological diagnoses in forensic pathological practice (criteria for traumatic basal subarachnoid haemorrhage by Leadbeatter being one such example). A diagnostic crietria approach has been attempted in surgical histopathology by Tadrous, and it is hoped that such a compendium will be produced in forensic pathology in due course.

 

Leadbeatter S. Extracranial vertebral artery injury - evolution of a pathological illusion? Forensic Science International 1994; 28:33-40

Tadrous PJ. Diagnostic criteria handbook in histopathology: a surgical pathology vade mecum. John Wiley and Sons 2008

medical word roots, prefixes and suffixes (via Wikipedia)

 

 

(Source: Simon Howden)

understanding medical language

 

Pathology forms the basis of the language of medicine.

Learning medical terminology can be frustrating, but need not be impossible!

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