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The autopsy evaluation of “straightforward” fire deaths

North Building, Adelaide, SA 5005 , Australia 1 Roger W. Byard - Deaths caused by fires are not uncommon in forensic practice but can be amongst the most difficult to investigate. Not only is important

Ongoing issues with the diagnosis of excited delirium

Roger W. Byard - Excited delirium refers to a clinical situation that is characterized by a series of typical features that include agitation, aggression and paranoia, intolerance to pain, unexpected

Lethal hypothermia – a sometimes elusive diagnosis

, Adelaide 5005 , Australia 1 Roger W. Byard - Significant hypothermia occurs when the body core temperature falls from its usual 37 °C to below 35 °C. The findings at autopsy can be quite subtle and there

Timing: the Achilles heel of forensic pathology

School North Building , Frome Road, Adelaide 5005 , Australia 1 & Roger W. Byard ''Time is an illusion'' - A frequent scenario in the courtroom involves a persistent lawyer trying to lock a pathologist

The forensic implications of predatory publishing

, The University of Adelaide , Frome Road, Adelaide 5005 , Australia 1 & Roger W. Byard - ‘‘There are books of which the backs and the covers are by far the best parts’’ Charles Dickens (1812–1870) An

Abnormalities in substance P neurokinin-1 receptor binding in key brainstem nuclei in sudden infant death syndrome related to prematurity and sex

in the accrual of tissue specimens. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Fiona M. Bright, Robert Vink, Roger W. Byard, David S. Paterson. Data curation: Fiona M. Bright, David S. Paterson. Formal ... analysis: Fiona M. Bright, Robert Vink, Roger W. Byard, David S. Paterson. Funding acquisition: Fiona M. Bright, Roger W. Byard. Investigation: Fiona M. Bright, David S. Paterson. Methodology: Fiona M

Traditional medicines and species extinction: another side to forensic wildlife investigation

Medical School North Building , Frome Road, Adelaide, SA 5005 , Australia 1 & Roger W. Byard - Forensic wildlife investigation is a growing field with significant responsibility for the identification and

Traumatic asphyxia in the young

, Australia 1 Roger W. Byard and ears. One feature that has recently been noted involves scattered blood lakes or islands within the colloid of the thyroid gland [4]. These apparently arise from rupture of

Domestic dogs (Canis lupus familiaris) and forensic practice

of Adelaide , Frome Road, Adelaide, SA 5005 , Australia 1 & Roger W. Byard The better I get to know men; the more I find myself loving dogs Charles de Gaulle (former President of France) - In a