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g) "dislocations of the cervical vertebrae."
This also should be classified and subluxations of the cervical vertebrae, if they were accompanied by life-threatening symptoms;
h) "closed spinal cord injury in the neck."
This refers to the violation of the integrity of the spinal cord hemorrhage in its substance or a shell in the neck due to injury;
i) "perelomovyvih fracture or one or more of the thoracic or lumbar spine with spinal cord dysfunction, or the presence of clinical judgment of severe shock."
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Received by the court material evidence of the case considered in an administrative session, after which a decision on the committal of the accused to the court set a challenge to the court meeting experts (Article 228 CCP). These experts may be like those who gave conclusion the preliminary investigation, and again invites the initiative of the court, prosecutor, and defense counsel. Expert gives the court a subscription that he warned of the consequences of false conclusion and for refusing to give an opinion on art. 181, 182 of the Criminal Code (as well as the preliminary investigation).
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Preliminary investigation produced (only after the criminal case) investigator, authorities of the Ministry of Interior and the public security organs of the district where the crime was committed (Article 125, 129 and 132 of the CPC). Urgent investigative actions and fixing of any crime (inspection, search, seizure, inspection, arrest, interrogate suspects, victims and witnesses) are carried out by inquiry in cases in which have to be carried out a preliminary investigation. By compelling investigation the investigating body shall refer the case to the investigator (Article 119 and 126 of the Read more [...]
Forensic Medical Service of the USSR is an integral part of the Soviet health care.
Paragraph I «Instructions for a forensic medical examination in the USSR" (1978) reads: "A forensic examination of the USSR is the aims and objectives of the Soviet socialist justice. At the same time, its activities focus on all-round assistance to the health authorities in improving the quality of medical care to the population and for preventive measures. "
In the many years of collaboration with the authorities of practical public health forensic service has developed a form and have experience Read more [...]
In forensic science over the last decade, a new separate section - a forensic stomatology. Isolation of this section was due to the further differentiation of medical sciences, in particular the development of dentistry as a medical discipline with original professional trained in this area of medicine specialist - a dentist.
A forensic dentistry studies dental problems in the interests of legal practices of society. The major issues of modern forensic dentistry include:
- Procedural framework forensic dental examination;
- Forensic examination of damage to the soft tissues of the face, jaw and Read more [...]
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On ridges, snow and rock, frequent wind education - snow cornices, and below them on the leeward slopes - snow bags. On the windward side of the crest, where the corridors begin rising air currents form a snowy wind funnel. When raising the crest of snow in the area of the snow avalanche danger extremely bag, and if you want to cross, do it with a reliable insurance from a safe place.
Overcoming the danger of caving cornice below and therefore permissible only where it obtayal and overhangs, with the location of fear in the side of the ledge. It should also be wary of cornices formed not Read more [...]
AI Rybakov in the book "Mistakes and complications in dentistry," a classification of defects in the activities of dental practitioners. Classification suggested by the author is of great importance not only in the professional dental plans, but also in forensic terms, especially when considered in the commission examination questions about violations in the activities of doctors, dentists and other health care dental facilities. However, the author singles out a particular group, which, in his opinion, should be included from defects "as a result of negligence and malpractice, Read more [...]
According to the law, and possible removal expert, in particular, if the doctor is a party or a relative of one of the parties to the forensic investigation process (Article 59 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and similar articles in the Criminal Procedure Code of the Union republics), or he is in the service according to them (Article 67 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and similar articles in the Union republics). Of expert activities dentist should give in cases considering the appropriate treatment, if he provided medical aid to the patient.
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Wide involvement of scientific and expert work of dentists is a characteristic feature of modern forensic dentistry, which undoubtedly enhances its scientific horizons and promotes professional forensic dental examination.
At the root of the domestic judicial dentistry was a prominent Russian scientist, educator and expert, head of forensic medicine at Moscow University professor. PA Minakov. Under his leadership, dental GI doctor Wilga wrote the first Russian dissertation on forensic odontology, published in 1903 in Moscow under the title "On the teeth in the forensic respect." In Read more [...]
Instruction production forensics in the USSR (§ 26) states that forensic investigators can be brought to fulfillment of the state functions of forensic persons qualified physician. In practical terms, the involvement of the expert dentists who do not have training in forensic medicine, for example to establish the cause of death can lead to serious forensic defects. We know of a case of Forensic corpse of a man killed in a head injury, where doctor-professionally competent dentist described damage the teeth-jaw system, but have not opened the skull and did not examine the brain, depriving the Read more [...]
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Applied to forensic dental examination it comes to examination of living persons to establish the nature of the damage, its limitations, and the mechanism of determining the degree of severity of injury or disability for injuries of soft tissues, facial bones, and teeth, as well as damage caused by teeth rights, etc. The forensic medical research bodies, held in similar cases, should, in addition, to establish a causal link between the injury and death. Physical evidence that may be targets of forensic dental examination, fingerprints are the traces of the teeth and how the human body (seized Read more [...]
In accordance with Art. 191 Criminal Procedure Code and the requirements of the "Guidelines on the production of the forensic examination" of the results of all forensic make out in a document which referred to as "Expert opinion". "Expert opinion" are, when produced by the decision of the examination the person performing the inquiry, the investigator, the prosecutor, as well as a court. "Expert opinion" is made according to certain rules, and consists of three main sections: "prologue", "research department" and the "final part" Read more [...]
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Trial medicine - Area of medicine dealing with medical and biological problems in the practice of investigation and trial. During the preliminary and judicial investigation is a forensic examination (see). Its objects are real people, corpses, evidence, the case file. The cause of death, the time of its occurrence, the nature and severity of injuries, their origin and other information of interest to the investigator and the court. Forensic science is taught in medical school and in the Department of Forensic Medicine Institute of Doctors.
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Preface to the textbook
The subject of forensic science and the history of its development. Procedural and organizational framework of forensic services
Subject, methods and content of Forensic Medicine
A short history of forensic medicine
Legal basis of forensic
Organization of forensic services
Forensic medical examination of the corpse and thanatology
Dying and Death
Early changes in the carcass
Recent changes in the carcass
Establishing the time of death
Examination of the corpse on the spot detection
Forensic post-mortem examination
Research bodies newborn
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Subpektoralnaya phlegmon - Purulent inflammation of the tissue under the small and large pectoral muscles.
Subpektoralnaya phlegmon develops after an injury of the chest, with streaks of pus from the armpit; infection can penetrate the lymphatic pathways from infected wounds, boils or carbuncle chest wall, mastitis, due to the spread of pus from the pleural cavity with purulent pleurisy. Sometimes the place of introduction of infection is extremely difficult to determine.
Symptoms: the asymmetry of the upper Chest, voltage pectoral muscles on the affected side, impaired function of the upper Read more [...]