Vol 4, No 2 (2018)

LEADING ARTICLE

BASAL SUBARACHNOID HAEMORRHAGES – ETIOLOGICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS

Klevno V.A., Prazdnikov E.N., Dobrovolskiy G.F., Khutornoy N.V., Veselkina O.V.

Abstract

Basal subarachnoid haemorrhages (BSAHs) could be traumatic and non-traumatic. The main cause for traumatic BSAH is rupture of arterial wall whilst theprimary reason for non-traumatic BSAH is the inherentand/ oracquired pathological changes of arterial wall. The current classifications do not meet the requirements of simultaneous accounting of morphological and etiological signs of BSAHs. The difficulties arising within etiological interpretation of BSAH in clinical and forensic practices are discussed.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):4-9
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ORIGINAL STUDIES

THE USE OF 3D PRINTING IN FORENSIC MEDICINE

Frishons J., Kislov M.A., Leonov S.V.

Abstract

3D printing is used in such industries as architecture, construction, education, medicine, but at the moment the possibility of its use in forensic medicine is limited only by textbooks. The practical use of 3D printing is to use it in the reconstruction of missing fragments of the skull bones in head injuries, after taking parts of the skeleton for additional laboratory research methods.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):10-12
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THE STATE OF MICROCIRCULATION IN THE BRAIN WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF BLOOD LOSS

Indiaminov S.I.

Abstract

The state of microcirculation in the cerebral hemispheres and brain stem in people with different types of blood loss was studied. It was found that with massive blood loss with heart and trunk vascular lesions, as compared with acute blood loss, blood supply in the medulla oblongata is improved due to redistribution of blood. With massive blood loss with damage to peripheral vessels, due to a slower rate of death, mechanisms of centralization of blood circulation are included, as a result of which the blood supply of the cerebral cortex, the hypothalamus and the medulla oblongata improve.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):13-14
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A METHOD FOR EXAMINING THE BODY IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH THE CAUSE OF DEATH AND/OR IDENTITY BY X-RAY COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

Strelkov A.A.

Abstract

The article describes the author’s method of postmortem investigation and body identification using the method of X-ray computed tomography, patented as an invention of the Russian Federation. Criteria of difference from methods of CT examination of a corpse used in foreign practice are given. The need for practical application of a single, unified method for tomographic study of the body throughout the country is shown.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):15-18
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OPPORTUNITIES AND THE ROLE OF RADIOLOGIC METHODS (CT, SPIRAL CT, MSCT) IN THE EVALUATION PROCESS OF THE EXPERT INSIGHTS

Dadabayev V.K.

Abstract

The article is devoted to the opportunities and correct interpretation of «reading» x-ray images (RCT, MSCT) in different types of bone tissue. These methods are invaluable in clinical and forensic practice for the purpose of diagnosis, treatment, evaluation of severity, age of education, as well as in addressing the causes of diagnostic and medical errors at all stages of medical care in the production of examinations.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):19-22
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CASE REPORTS

FORENSIC ASPECTS OF TOXIC EFFECT OF PARAFFINCONTAINING OIL PRODUCTS FROM CHILDREN’S

Krupnov N.M., Shvalb A.P., Sashin A.V., Marevicheva N.D.

Abstract

Questing of household poisoning in children is considered, poisoning of hydrocarbon compounds in particularity. The case of forensic practice description of clinical and pathological manifestations of the toxic effect (paraffin’s) hydrocarbon and child’s complications is described as an example.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):23-25
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THE CASE OF SPOTTING VISCHNEVSKIY’S SPOTS ON THE CORPSE EXHUMED TWO YEARS AFTER THE BURIAL

Avkhodiyev G.I., Starnovskiy A.P., Butin A.P., Turanov O.A.

Abstract

The article describes an occasion from expert practice – detection of Vischnevskiy’s spots on the corpse exhumed two years after burial.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):26-27
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DEATH AS A RESULT OF BLUNT FORCE PENIS TRAUMA WITH PURULENT NECROTIC COMPLICATIONS

Nikiforova S.A.

Abstract

The article deals with example of clinical and pathological signs in lethal case of blunt force penis trauma with complications.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):28-31
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BOOK REVIEWS

SCIENTIFIC AND METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF FORENSIC MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

Abstract

SCIENTIFIC AND METHODOLOGICAL SUPPORT OF FORENSIC MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):52-53
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CONTINUOUS MEDICAL EDUCATION

IMPROVEMENT OF QUALITY OF TRAINING ON DISCIPLINE “FORENSIC MEDICINE”

Mikheyeva N.A., Barinov E.H., Molchanov A.S.

Abstract

Article is devoted to the pedagogical experiment made when teaching discipline «Forensic medicine». The new type of a task on the sequence of actions at survey of a corpse (scene) which is used in educational process at department of forensic medicine and the medical right of MGMSU of A. I. Evdokimov is developed and offered. Results of the made pedagogical experiment are presented.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):32-34
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HISTORY

OUTSTANDING SCIENTIST, HERO OF THE SOVIET UNION PROFESSOR E. A. DYSKIN

Iordanishvili A.K., Barinov E.H.

Abstract

Data on life and a career of the outstanding domestic scientist-physician, the Hero of the Soviet Union E. A. Dyskin are provided in article. Data on the feat made by E. A. Dyskin in days of the Great Patriotic War are stated. Article is dated for anniversary of the Great Victory Day.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):35-37
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FORENSIC MEDICINE OF GREAT BRITAIN, PAST AND PRESENT

Klevno V.A., Nazarov Y.V.

Abstract

In the publication, based on the book «The history of forensic medicine» under the editorship of doctor of medical sciences, professor Burkhard Madea, provides detailed information on forensic science in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, shows the story of its origin, highlights the contemporary organizational structure of forensic medicine, the way and the complexity of its development. The organizational problems of the service, both in the past and in the present, are noted. The basic information about obtaining the specialty of forensic medical examination in the UK is given.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):38-40
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MEDICAL EXAMINERS OF THE MOSCOW REGION IN DAYS OF THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR

Romanko N.A., Chumakova Y.V., Potankina T.V.

Abstract

The article is devoted to the medical examiners of the Moscow region – veterans of the Great Patriotic War and participants of the labor front. The questions of the state of the forensic medical service of the Moscow region in the war years are covered. Staff of Bureau of Forensic Medical Examination of the Moscow Region in 1941–1945 is presented.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):41-45
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CONFERENCES (SUPPLEMENTS)

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS «ACTUAL ISSUES OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND EXPERT PRACTICE – 2018»: RESULTS & IMPRESSIONS

Yolkina О.Е.

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Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2018;4(2):46-51
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