ISSN: 0972-8066 (CD version)
ISSN: 0972-8074 (Online version)
|Why does rigor mortis progress downwards? |
by Masahiko Kobayashi,
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N. B. There is an ongoing contest regarding the best paper and thesis hosted in this issue. The winner in each category (paper and thesis) would be decided by an online poll till 12 midnight (Indian Standard Time) on 31 December 2003, and would be given a scroll of honor. An internet ballot box has been maintained at the bottom of each paper and thesis. You may want to cast your vote on each paper and thesis you visit. The vote may be cast even after the deadline, in which case, it would be used to decide another contest - the best paper and thesis of the decade.
Scrolls of Honor (Cumulative Index)
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In this section, we regularly give important practical material for postgraduate students appearing in their medical examinations. The articles may serve as good review material for senior forensic practitioners too.
Histopathological changes in electrocution
by Dr. Anil Aggrawal
Professor, Dept. of Forensic Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi-110002, India
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Cranio Cerebral Damage With Special Reference To Circle Of Willis In Fatal Road Traffic Accidents, Thesis for M.D. Forensic Medicine by Avneesh Gupta submitted to the University of Delhi in April 2001 for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine (Forensic Medicine)
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Dr. Avneesh Gupta
|Thoughts On A Visit To The Grave Of Orfila
by John H. Trestrail, III, RPh, FAACT, DABAT
Grand Rapids, Michigan,
|John H. Trestrail, III|
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