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Internal investigation of a corpse

If necessary, the withdrawal of their hair pulled in five areas of the head and on other parts of the body. Take at least 20 hair from each region separately Packed with relevant designations.
If suspected poisoning, the judicial-chemical study guide the internal organs, parts of a corpse and selection. They should not be washed with water and subjected to chemical contamination.
For forensic chemical analyses should be taken in individual banks: 1) gastric content; 2) a meter intestine and colon (the most altered areas); 3) not less than 1/3 full plots liver and gallbladder content; 4) one kidney, and all the urine; 5) the brain, heart, blood, spleen, and not less than 1/4 part of the lung. If suspected introduction of poison through the vagina, a study guide the uterus together with the vagina, through a direct gut - rectum with the content. With the introduction of poison by injection, you must remove the skin from subcutaneous tissue. Authorities placed in glass jars (their preservation is not allowed). However, in the hot season in transportation possible (with the exception of cases when suspected poisoning by alcohol and nitrites) application for preservation of ethyl alcohol. In this case, the laboratory must be sent a sample of alcohol. Banks provide labels that display the number of the banks, the contents, the name of the deceased, the number and date of conclusion and other In the accompanying document set out the data of opening, the diagnosis, the purpose of the study. In case of poisoning with poisonous plants and mushrooms should be court-Botanical study the contents of the stomach and intestines.
If suspected death from infectious diseases or bacterial food poisoning, it is necessary for bacteriological research. Usually for this purpose take a sterile blood, lots of thin and thick intestines content, gall bladder, parts of organs and other this is necessary to exclude the possibility of bacterial contamination in the process of seizure. If the suspected death of especially dangerous infections, the expert is obliged to deliver inform the appropriate public health authorities.
Forensic medical examination of the corpse followed by writing "expert report", in the preparation of which the examiner must remember that he is solely responsible for the content of this document. The conclusion is attached to the materials of the inquiry or investigation, so it should be written in a public m language, without special terms and words in a foreign language.
The conclusion made in two copies, the original refer to a person or institution which has appointed examination, and leave a copy in the materials of forensic medical institutions.

Checklist
1. What corpses opened in forensic right?
2. What is the fundamental difference between the "survey" and "survey" of the corpse?
3. What are the main stages of forensic medical study of the corpse.
4. What are the features of the external examination of the corpse for suspicion that the death was caused by:
a) mechanical damage;
b) fire damage;
b) poisoning;
g) asphyxia.
5. What methods of laboratory investigations used in forensic medical study of the corpse?
6. Describe the basic rules of withdrawal of the internal organs from the corpses for laboratory research at:
a) sudden death;
b) poisoning with unknown poisons;
C) fire damage;
g) mechanical asphyxia.