584 pages | 1462 Color Illus.
This DVD version of the Color Atlas of Forensic Medicine and Pathology features cases from the New York City medical examiner’s office, one of the busiest in the U.S. Because of the number of autopsies performed at this office, the range of examples is exhaustive. The topics covered include typical gunshot wounds, blunt and sharp force trauma, natural diseases with forensic ramifications, accidental deaths occurring in a therapeutic setting, and non-fatal pathologies. The electronic version of this text provides over 1200 color photographs that address both civil and criminally oriented cases. The DVD allows for even easier access to critical information needed by medical examiners.
The photographs are very clear and informative. In all there are about 1500 pictures covering the whole panorama of forensic pathology …forensic pathologists, especially the younger ones at the start of their careers … can benefit from the personal case photographs of their more experienced counterparts… The color atlas and DVD set can be heartily recommended to all forensic pathologists … a significant addition to the literature … —Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Volume 11, Number 1, January - June 2010
Sudden Natural Death in a Forensic Setting, Charles A. Catanese and Amy Rapkiewicz
Therapeutic Interventions, Complications, and Accidents, Michael Caplan and Charles A. Catanese
Substance Abuse and Poisoning, Charles A. Catanese and Laura Labay
Postmortem Change and Time of Death, Charles A. Catanese, Bruce Levy, and Gerard Catanese
Pediatric Forensic Pathology, Michael Caplan and Charles A. Catanese
Blunt-Force Injuries, Charles A. Catanese and Jonathon Lucas
Sharp-Force Injuries, Charles A. Catanese
Gunshot Wounds, Charles A. Catanese, Thomas Gilson, and Thomas Andrew
Burns, Charles A. Catanese and Gerard Catanese
Asphyxia, Charles A. Catanese and Barbara Bollinger