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Violent Asphyxial Death -- Trauma, Injury and Wound -- Regional Injuries -- Transportation Injuries

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Antemortem Abrasions can be confused with? EczemaAnt bite marks...

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ortem abrasions. Ref: Forensic Pathology By J.M. Di Maio, 2nd Edition, Page 196; Modi's Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology; Principles of Forensic Medicine and

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2013-07-11 12:34:42
Antemortem Abrasions can confused with EczemaAnt bite marks Chemical burnJoule burn Postmortem ant bites dead bodies may produce marks simulate antemortem abrasions Ref: Forensic Pathology Maio 2nd Edition Page 196; Modi's TextbookMedical Jurisprudence and Toxicology; PrinciplesForensic Medicine and Toxicology Rajesh Bardale Page 174; Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Karmakar Page 2nd Edition Page 334
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