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Citation

Lasczkowski G, Riepert T, Rittner C. Arch. Kriminol. 1993; 192(1-2): 1-11.

Vernacular Title

Tatortbesichtigung bei aussergewohnlichen Leichenfunden: Bergung,

Affiliation

Institut für Rechtsmedizin, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1993, Verlag Schmidt-Romhild)

DOI

unavailable

PMID

8215757

Abstract

The three cases presented here (Place of finding: bath tub.: a. 19 year old, female, stabbed to death, detection six months pm, nearly airtight room--silicon rubber; b. 56 year old, male, drowning, detection 1.5 months pm. c. Place of finding: slope, 49 year old, female, polytrauma, detection 3 months pm) are characterized by incomplete mummification, skeletization and colliquation of soft-tissue. According to our experience medicolegal examiner's presence is necessary on the scene in order to secure in-situ-findings, to recover the human remains and to arrange a proper transport. The autopsy should be performed in the institute's autopsy-room because of access to better equipment e.g. light, air condition, x-ray, instruments. Under these conditions a high quality of forensic examination, improved training of students and police-officers and the dignity of the deceased can be maintained.


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