July 2011 - Autopsy

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July 2011 - Autopsy

The theme of our Inaugural Issue of the Journal is “Autopsy”, which seemed only fitting since this is the cornerstone of forensic pathology.

This file contains the contents of the entire July 2011 issue. Higher resolution versions of the individual scholarly articles are available for separate download.

 

ACADEMIC FORENSIC PATHOLOGY:
The Official Publication of the National Association of Medical Examiners
 

July 2011 • Volume One • Issue One • Autopsy

 

EDITORIALS

Letter from the Editor-In-Chief .....................................................................................vi

J. Keith Pinckard

Welcome letter from the NAME President ................................................................viii

Mary Ann Sens

Welcome letter from the NAME Journal Committee Chair ........................................x

Gregory G. Davis

Letter from the Special Guest Editor ..........................................................................xii

Mark Flomenbaum

Letter from the NAME President ................................................................................xiv

Mary Ann Sens

Letter from the Publisher ............................................................................................xvi

Emma O. Lew

 

BIOGRAPHIES

Biography for the Editor-In-Chief ............................................................................xviii

Biographies for the Editorial Board ..........................................................................xix

 

INVITED REVIEWS

What is a complete autopsy? .......................................................................................2

Evan W. Matshes, Chris Milroy, Jacqueline Parai, Barbara Sampson, R. Ross Reichard

and Emma O. Lew

A quality assurance strategy for forensic pathology .................................................8

R. Ross Reichard

From trainee to expert: the forensic pathology fellowship year and beyond ........14

David Dolinak

Forensic pathology and the utilization of histology: a brief review ........................22

Randy Hanzlick

Toxicology: what is routine for medicolegal death investigation purposes?.........28

Stephen Cina, Kim Collins and Bruce Goldberger

Postmortem analysis and the role of the clinical microbiology laboratory ............32

Robin Craven, Lanette Hamilton, Carl Deetz and W. Michael Dunne

Postmortem X-ray computed tomography (CT) and forensic autopsy:

 a review of the utility, the challenges and the future implications .........................40

Kurt Nolte, Gary Mlady, Ross Zumwalt, Brad Cushnyr, Ian Paul and Philip Wiest

Considerations for gross autopsy photography .......................................................52

William Oliver

 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Shaken infants die of neck trauma, not of brain trauma ..........................................82

Evan Matshes, Rhian Evans, J. Keith Pinckard, Jeffrey Joseph and Emma Lew

The death of SIDS .........................................................................................................92

Marcus Nashelsky and J. Keith Pinckard

Infantile ischemic occipital scalp ulcers may mimic impact sites .........................100

Evan Matshes and Brienne McKenzie

Forensic pathologists who train forensic pathologists in the United States …....104

Randy Hanzlick

A concise summary of approved/accredited forensic pathology

fellowship training programs in the United States: 1961-2011 ...............................112

Randy Hanzlick

Homicide by asthma ...................................................................................................122

James Gill, Kathleen McCubbin and Kristen Landi

Cause and manner of death in traumatic spinal cord injuries: a 20-year

retrospective review at a statewide medical examiner office .................................128

Cecilia Wu, Sarah Lathrop and R. Ross Reichard

 

CASE OF THE MONTH

Suicide by extraordinarily numerous blade wounds ...............................................138

Dollett White, Leszek Chrostowski and Vernard Adams

 

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