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Forensic Medicine Notes

Forensic Medicine is one of the difficult subjects in medical, dental, and nursing school. We bring you Forensic Medicine Notes to help you out. 

Forensic medicine, also known as forensic pathology, is a branch of medicine that focuses on the investigation and determination of the cause and manner of death in cases that involve sudden or unexpected deaths, as well as deaths resulting from injuries or violence.

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What are the key areas covered in Forensic Medicine?

The key areas covered in forensic medicine include:

Forensic pathology: The study and evaluation of the cause of death, the mechanism of injury, and the time of death of deceased individuals.

Forensic toxicology: The analysis and interpretation of toxic substances found in biological samples, including drugs, alcohol, and poisons, in relation to criminal and civil investigations.

Forensic anthropology: The identification and examination of human skeletal remains, including age, sex, and ethnicity, as well as the determination of the cause of death.

Forensic odontology: The examination of dental evidence, including bite marks and dental records, to assist in the identification of victims or suspects.

Forensic psychiatry: The assessment of mental health and behavioral issues related to criminal cases, including competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and mitigation of sentence.

Sexual assault examination: The collection of forensic evidence from victims of sexual assault, including physical and psychological evaluations, to assist in the investigation and prosecution of the crime.

Clinical forensic medicine: The provision of medical care and expertise to victims of crime, including evaluation and treatment of injuries, documentation of findings, and provision of medical testimony in court.

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