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Unexpected Infant Death Autopsy Manual

Unexpected Infant Death Autopsy Manual

September 2016

Hardcover, 608 p., 750 ill.

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 978-1-49-875193-3

152,00 EUR

incl. 7 % Tax

Delivery times, dependent on availability and publisher: between 2 and 14 days from when you complete the order.

  • Fully illustrated with over 30 medical illustrations, 200 macroscopic photos, and 500 photomicrographs
  • Aims to be the most comprehensive and complete book on infant death and autopsy
  • Contains data and conclusions from over 1000 infant death investigations
  • Includes radiology images for references include radiographs and postmortem CT/MR scans
  • Provides New weight charts and other reference data meant to streamline the day-to-day practice of pediatric forensic pathology

Because an infant is not merely a small adult, an infant autopsy in not simply a small adult autopsy. Specific procedures, factors, and considerations must be accounted for as part of the process. Data obtained from an infant autopsy, in a medicolegal context, should all but eliminate cases of apparent SIDS or “unexplained infant deaths”. True cases of unexplained infant deaths should be rare in any system of death investigation. The book provides structure and clarity to the infant forensic autopsy process through an experiential and evidential basis. It is a current, comprehensive "user’s manual” for both the training and practicing forensic pathologist chargedged with infant autopsies.