Deaths related to aerial sports.- 3D-printing applied to forensic investigations.- Photogrammetry.- High altitude deaths.- Paediatric Dural vessels.- Commotio Cordis.- The Cricoid Cartilage.- Emerging Infectious Diseases.
This book covers topical subjects within the field of death investigation, where changes in practice have recently occurred. The topics embrace the multi-disciplinary approach required for death investigation, and address advances in the field of forensic photography, pathology, and 3D printing as applied to forensics. This volume includes chapters on high altitude deaths, the role of 3D-printing applied to forensic investigations, photogrammetry, commotion cordis (an uncommon cause of fatal cardiac arrest) and the cricoid cartilage.
Essentials of Autopsy Practice: Reviews, Updates and Advances is an educational and practical resource aimed at trainees and consultants, generalists and specialists, and multi-disciplinary teams.
Professor Guy Rutty MBE holds the Foundation Chair in Forensic Pathology at the University of Leicester where he is Chief Forensic Pathologist to the East Midlands Forensic Pathology Unit. He is an honorary consultant in histopathology to the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and a Home Office registered forensic pathologist.