Medicina Forense

Veterinary Forensic Pathology, Volume 1

De: Jason W. Brooks,
ISBN: 9783319671703
2018, Springer
Capa dura
Páginas: 148

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    • Introduces the reader to animal forensics and teaches the fundamentals of forensic autopsy
    • Provides practical advice for performing animal crime investigations
    • Illustrated with numerous high-quality color photographs

    Jason W. Brooks, VMD, PhD, DACVP, is a veterinary pathologist from the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Penn State University. As a pioneer in the field of veterinary forensic pathology, he has forged a path toward advancement of the discipline by seeking out advanced training in forensic pathology and crime scene analysis from medical and law enforcement professionals. He routinely assists law enforcement with animal crimes investigations and strives to develop instructional materials and programs for veterinary pathologists and the law enforcement community. He conducts research on the estimation of the postmortem interval and the pathology of gunshot wounds and teaches graduate and undergraduate students in pathology and forensic sciences.

    • Medicolegal Investigation

    Touroo, Rachel, D.V.M. (et al.)

    Pages 1-8

    • Crime Scene Findings and the Identification, Collection, and Preservation of Evidence

    Touroo, Rachel, D.V.M. (et al.)

    Pages 9-25

    • Performing the Forensic Necropsy

    Kagan, Rebecca, DVM, DACVP (et al.)

    Pages 27-42

    • Postmortem Changes and Estimating the Postmortem Interval

    Brooks, Jason W., VMD, PhD, DACVP (et al.)

    Pages 43-63

    • Blunt Force Trauma

    Reisman, Robert, D.V.M.

    Pages 65-94

    • Sharp Force Trauma

    Smith-Blackmore, Martha, DVM (et al.)

    Pages 95-106

    • Firearm Injuries

    Bradley-Siemens, N., D.V.M., M.P.H. (et al.)

    Pages 107-127

    • Strangulation, Suffocation, and Asphyxia

    McEwen, Beverly J., McEwen, DVM, MSc, PhD, DACVP

    Pages 129-148

  • Jason W. Brooks, VMD, PhD, DACVP, is a veterinary pathologist from the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at Penn State University. As a pioneer in the field of veterinary forensic pathology, he has forged a path toward advancement of the discipline by seeking out advanced training in forensic pathology and crime scene analysis from medical and law enforcement professionals. He routinely assists law enforcement with animal crimes investigations and strives to develop instructional materials and programs for veterinary pathologists and the law enforcement community. He conducts research on the estimation of the postmortem interval and the pathology of gunshot wounds and teaches graduate and undergraduate students in pathology and forensic sciences.

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