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  1. The major role of forensic pathology is the investigation of human death in relevance to social risk management to determine the cause and process of death, especially in violent and unexpected ...

  2. The commonest cause of death from the necropsy report was CNS injury (60.6%), exsanguination or breathing problems (28.1%), and CNS injury with exsanguination or breathing problems (11.2%).

  3. Dec 20, 2021 · In MSP, most stillbirths are referred to the Death Verification Service (DVS) to define the cause of death with necropsy. However, ill-defined causes constitute the main cause of death.

  4. Apr 01, 2018 · MI is a leading cause of death in most developed nations . MI requires rapid and accurate diagnosis for effective thrombolytic therapy or revascularization . Although cardiac perfusion SPECT using 99m Tc-Sestamibi or 201 Tl-TlCl 2 is a highly sensitive modality, it lacks adequate specificity. Perfusion imaging cannot differentiate between areas ...

    • Hailey A. Houson, Gregory N. Nkepang, Andria F. Hedrick, Vibhudutta Awasthi
    • 2017
  5. Oct 10, 2020 · 1. INTRODUCTION. MI is a leading cause of death in the United States and in most developed nations throughout the world. 1 It can be a manifestation of acute mismatch in oxygen demand and supply to the cardiac tissue, or chronic heart failure attributed to left ventricular dysfunction.

    • Hailey Houson, Andria Hedrick, Vibhudutta Awasthi
    • 2020
  6. Galimov et al. describe mechanisms of organismal death in C. elegans. They document a rigor mortis-like wave of muscle hyper-contraction accompanied by Ca2+ release and falling ATP, which is coupled to the previously described wave of intestinal necrosis in a process that resembles a distorted and deadly defecation cycle.

  7. Dec 07, 2017 · Autopsy & Case Reports, volume 7, number 4 2017, ISSN 2236-1960. Serviço de Biblioteca e Documentação Científica do Hospital Universitário da USP