Vol 2, No 3 (2016)

LEADING ARTICLE

PERSPECTIVES OF LASER-POLARIMETRIC METHODS OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE INVESTIGATION IN FORENSIC MEDICINE

Bachinskiy V.T.

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Abstract: The aim of our work was to analyze existing research methods of investigating damage to human tissues and to search for and develop modern methods of diagnosis of lifetime and postmortem changes of biological tissues and bodily fluids for solving forensic science and practice problems. In particular, we investigated the establishment of the time of death for various causes, the time of formation of hematomas, lifetime of injury formation and diagnosis of acute myocardial ischemia.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):4-8
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ORIGINAL STUDIES

FORENSIC MEDICAL EVALUATION BASAL SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE IN EXPERIMENTAL MODELING HEAD INJURIES BLUNT SOLID OBJECTS WITH LONG AND FLAT SURFACES

Orunkulova R.O., Ismailov N.K.

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Abstract: This research article presents the experimental data under the influence of an elongated flat -blunt solid object in the head region. Used modeling method that simulates the development of traumatic brain injury.The purpose of the work to establish the mechanism of injury for different parameters width elongated flat objects and shocks. Аn experiment designed to determine the mechanism of injury and the force of impact with different width elongated flat objects.The results allow us to establish the shape of the object; and the force of impact.Also installed are some aspects of the mechanism of the basal subarachnoid hemorrhage.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):9-12
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EXPERT EVALUATION OF FACIAL AND TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Avdeev A.I., Kompanets N.Y.

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Abstract: Combinations of options associated trauma craniofacial region with symptoms of traumatic brain injury were considered. Three groups of victims with various face and brain injuries were distinguished.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):13-16
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THE PROBLEM OF FORMING ACCURATE STATISTICAL REPORTING OF CAUSES OF DEATH

Kuchuk S.A., Maksimov A.V.

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Abstract: Set out the procedure for the formation of statistical data of mortality; there is evidence that cases of discrepancies in terms of the indicators provided by different expert groups; given the circumstances that hinder the procedure of information transfer from one Agency to another.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):17-19
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PROPENSITY TO AGGRESSION AND DERMAL PATTERNS

Efremov I.S., Chistikina T.A., Chistikin A.N.

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Abstract: The main features of the ridged skin of palms at the men who committed serious crimes against life and health of the person (murders, deliberate causing of heavy harm to health and rapes) are investigated. All of them are classified in the group of persons with an increased aggressiveness. The obtained results are recommended for use in various areas of criminalistics, criminology, forensic medicine and psychiatry, are revealed.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):20-22
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CONTINUOUS MEDICAL EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL STANDART “FORENSIC MEDICAL EXPERT”: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND, LEGAL BASIS, STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

Romanko N.A., Zolotenkova G.V., Lysenko O.V.

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This article expounds the basic stages of development of a professional standard «forensic medical expert» and noted issues to be addressed in the short term. Approaches to the development of professional standards, stages of development and implementation have been analyzed. Specific terminology has been considered: the current definitions of «professional standard» and «qualification» have been clarified. The article describes the state of the issue of development of professional standards in healthcare.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):23-26
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CASE REPORTS

FEATURES OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF CORPSE AFTER SAMPLING OF INTERNAL ORGANS FOR TRANSPLANTATION

Arefjev M.L.

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The article analyzes and investigates conducted expert studies in cases of sampling organs from the body for transplantation in order to develop optimal algorithm for forensic experts in the study of such corpses starting from investigation of medical documents, the correct description of the traces and consequences of medical procedures related to the organs sampling, continuing with the interpretation of conclusions about injuries, cause of death and other issues.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):27-31
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CHRONIC SUBDURAL HEMATOMA

Frolova I.A., Frolov V.V.

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The article is dedicated to the path morphology of chronic subdural hematoma. Possible reasons for its formation are discussed, positions, which can be a differential diagnosis between traumatic and non-traumatic subdural hematomas, are suggested.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):32-34
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RARE CASE OF TRAUMATIC PENETRATING HEAD INJURY CAUSED BY POWDER-ACTUATED TOOL

Sorokin A.Y.

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The article describes a case of lethal penetrating head injury by a powder-actuated tool.
Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):35-37
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RESULT OF Y - CHROMOSOMAL STR LOCI USED IN FORENSIC GENETIC EXAMINATION

Purvjedulam S., Tjenuun B., Gantujaa B., Ganbold S.

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DNA analysis in the laboratory were done in the sperm /semen/ of criminal evidence from the vaginal swab of the sexually abused children and her blood. Genomic DNA extracted from the blood and sperm /semen/ which left on criminal evidence and vaginal swab of the sexually abused children by selective method, and microsatellite loci of the genotypes of autosome and haplotypes of Y choromosome has analysed from criminal evidence and published the results of a DNA analysis.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):38-40
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HISTORY

THE ADVISABILITY OF USING SCIENTOMETRIC METHODS IN INVESTIGATION OF FORENSIC MEDICINE HISTORY

Alehina N.M.

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Except classical methods the article suggests a fundamentally new method for studying the history of national forensic medicine – scientometric method. This new method could be a powerful tool for historical research, because it will provide a quantitative approach to the assessment of the phenomena. Modification options of scientometric method for increasing its informational content were suggested.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):41-43
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RIVERSON MIKHAIL SEMENOVICH FROM THE HISTORY OF MOSCOW REGION BUREAU OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION

Zykova N.A.

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Article about the talented head of one of Russia’s largest state forensic expert institution, which occupies a worthy place in the history of forensic services not only in Moscow region and in Russian Federation.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):44-45
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CONFERENCES (SUPPLEMENTS)

CONFERENCE IN MEMORY OF PROFESSOR KRUKOV

Romanko N.A., Yolkina O.E.

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The article considers topical issues of forensic medicine and expert practice, which were discussed by specialized experts in the international scientific-practical conference in Moscow in April 2016. This forum is dedicated to the memory of Professor V.N. Krukov, brought together leading representatives of domestic and foreign forensic medical industry, including his pupils and followers.

Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):46-48
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INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL CONFERENCE MOSKAU, 13–14. APRIL 2016

Pfeifer C., Kulstei G.

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Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):49
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INFORMATION

CYCLES OF THE DEPARTMENT FORENSIC MEDICINE “MOSCOW REGIONAL RESEARCH CLINICAL INSTITUTE NAMED BY M.F. VLADIMIRSKIY” FOR 2017

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Russian Journal of Forensic Medicine. 2016;2(3):50-51
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