September 2017 - The Pathology of Terror

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September 2017 - The Pathology of Terror

The theme of the third issue of 2017 is “The Pathology of Terror” and the Special Guest Editor is Dr. Michael Pollanen. We specifically used the word “terror” rather than “terrorism” to be more inclusive. Forensic pathology is involved in the evaluation of many acts

involving “terror,” of which “terrorism” is certainly a subset. This is probably not a topic most people think about in terms of a type of pathology, but it certainly brings to mind special considerations pertaining to injuries in the setting of torture or the approach to dealing with a mass casualty event such as a terrorist act or genocide.

 

The issue begins with an article discussing preparedness for mass fatality incidents. This is followed by a pair of articles discussing the forensic examination of the living and the autopsy examination of torture victims. We also feature an article about the pathologic examination of animal abuse. Another invited manuscript discusses the role of forensic pathologists in the evaluation of injuries sustained in armed conflicts. We then move on to specific instances of events of terror; specifically, Jamaica, Cambodia, South Africa, and the Jeffery Dahmer case. We also feature several unsolicited articles.

 

 

ACADEMIC FORENSIC PATHOLOGY:

The Official Publication of the National Association of Medical Examiners

 

September 2017 • Volume Seven • Issue Three • The Pathology of Terror

 

EDITORIALS

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

J. Keith Pinckard

Letter from the NAME President.................................................................................................................. viii

Brian L. Peterson

Letter from the Guest Editor............................................................................................................................x

Michael S. Pollanen

 

INVITED REVIEWS

Trends in United States Mass Fatality Incidents and Recommendations for Medical Examiners and Coroners.....318

Emily Carroll, Amy Johnson, Frank DePaolo, Bradley J. Adams, Dennis Mazone, Barbara Sampson

 

Clinical Examination and Reporting of a Victim of Torture............................................................................330

Jayantha C. Herath, Michael S. Pollanen

 

The Dead Detainee: The Autopsy in Cases of Torture....................................................................................340

Michael S. Pollanen

 

Eternally Vulnerable: The Pathology of Abuse in Domestic Animals............................................................353

Beverly McEwen

 

The Role of a Forensic Pathologist in Armed Conflict....................................................................................370

Nizam Peerwani

 

The West Kingston/Tivoli Gardens Incursion in Kingston, Jamaica.............................................................390

Stephen Cordner, Michael S. Pollanen, Maria Cristina Mendonca, Maria Dolores Morcillo-Mendez

 

Forensic Legacy of the Khmer Rouge: The Cambodian Genocide...............................................................415

Katherine Gruspier, Michael S. Pollanen

 

South Africa: Vulnerable Persons and Groups in a Vulnerable Democracy — Can Forensic Medical Services Help to Ensure Justice in Critical Times?....434

Gert Saayman

 

Micro Disasters: The Case of Serial Killer Jeffrey Dahmer............................................................................444

Jeffrey M. Jentzen

 

 

 

 

REVIEW ARTICLES

Fatal Entrapment of the Basilar Artery in a Longitudinal Fracture of the Clivus Due to Head Injury: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.......453

Alfredo Walker, Marlise Peruzzo dos Santos, Rafael Glikstein, Jean Michaud

 

Levamisole: A High Performance Cutting Agent.............................................................................................469

Nadia Solomon, Jonathan Hayes

 

 

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Case Series of Novel Illicit Opioid-Related Deaths.........................................................................................477

Donna Papsun, Amy Hawes, Amanda L.A. Mohr, Melissa Friscia, Barry K. Logan

 

 

CASE OF THE MONTH

Sudden Death of a Young Man by Acute Hemorrhagic Leukoencephalitis..................................................487

Raheem Peerani, Meredith Berggren, Jayantha C. Herath

 

Cerebral Toxoplasmosis: A Case Report with Correlation of Radiographic Imaging, Surgical Pathology, and Autopsy Findings....494

William T. Harrison, Christine Hulette

 

 

INVITED EDITORIAL

How To Survive A Mass Fatality Incident, Mostly............................................................................................502

Jonathan Hayes

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