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 FORENSIC MEDICINE

 

Staff

Sr. No

Name

Designation

Degree

E-mail id

1

Dr. V. R. Patil

Professor & Head

M.D.(Forensic Medicine)

bhavinbarai@hotmail.com

2

Dr. A. K. Pathak

Associate Professor

M.B.B.S & M.D (Forensic Medicine)

dr.akhilesh_pathak@yahoo.co.in

3

Dr. Sunil Bhatt

Associate Professor

M.B.B.S & M.D (Forensic Medicine)

drbhatt_fm@yahoo.com

4

Dr. V. Y. Shukla

Assistant Professor

M.B.B.S & M.D (Pathology)

v.yshukl921@yahoo.com

5 Dr.Hetal Kyada Assistant Professor    

6

Dr. S. Basu

Tutor

M.B.B.S. & D.C.P.

sutapabasu@gmail.com

7

Dr. K. P. Desai

Tutor

M.S. (General Surgery)

 

8 Dr. A. K. Mahajan Tutor M.B.B.S. mahajanashok2010@yaho.com
9 Dr. B. G. Rathod Tutor M.B.B.S. M.D.  

 

 

   
 

Curriculum of M. D. Forensic Medicine

 

Curriculum of postgraduate training and examination pattern in M. D. (Forensic Medicine) of Bhavnagar University consists of the following. 

1.     A series of postgraduate lectures by P. G. teachers

2.     A series of seminars by the P. G. student.

3.     Postgraduate case discussion on Autopsy, Injuries insanity, Age Impotency, Social Offences, Poisoning etc.

4.     Postgraduate  tutorial classes – chapter or subject - wise.

5.     attending and performing medico legal autopsies.

6.     Attending and performing medico legal work at the casualty

7.     Participation in undergraduate theory and practical teaching.

8.     Undergoing training when posted in different units and laboratories of the department

9.     Short periods of posting in the departments of Psychiatry, Radiology, Pathology, Odontology, Anatomy, Biochemistry and Microbiology.

10.   Pursuing the thesis work / dissertation work on the topic allotted by the P.G. teacher.

11.   Participation in the departmental research work.

12.   Visits to the scene offence the arranged by the professor with the help of poloce.

13.   Attending the courts to give evidence.

SYLLABUS FOR M.D. FORENSIC MEDICINE

 

(A)  Forensic Pathology Including Thanatology :

Inquests, courts and legal procedures, investigation for scene of death, medico legal autopsy and exhumation procedures, identification for the dead, estimation of the time of death, identification from skeletal remains and teeth, death from blunt force injuries, death from cutting and stunning wounds, fire arm injuries, general features and medico legal aspects of wounds trauma and diseases, death from acute neurogenic cardiovascular failure, death from inference with oxygenation as physical, hypoxic and anoxic deaths, death from burns, electrically and lightning, death from starvation, jet and cold exposures, death from rape and sexual assaults, death from therapeutic mishaps, death from poisoning and drug abuse artifact in Forensic Pathology, Negative and abs cure autopsies, identification of trace evidence and biological materials, collection, preservation packing and dispatch or organs and tissues for laboratory examination physical evidence in criminal cases, Forensic pathologist as a witness, Radiology as an aid Forensic Pathology.

 

(B)  History of Forensic Medicine, Clinical Forensic Medicine and Forensic Psychiatry :

Historical development and progress of Forensic Medicine in India and abroad; Medical examination of living subjects for the determination of age, sex, race, injuries, poisoning, impotency, sterility, virginity, pregnancy, delivery, legitimacy and paternity; examination of victim and accused in rape and unnatural sexual offenses; certification of fitness, disease, death and drunk ness disability evaluation and medical examination in insurance cases; medico legal aspects of emergencies in general and hospital practice recording of dying declaration; medico legal aspects of resuscitation and intensive case.

Medicolegal aspects of insanity and abnormal human behavior classification and causes if insanity, psychopathic personality and the mentally retarded; sexual deviations and perversions; diagnosis of insanity and feigned insanity; restraint on a lunatic amnesia, feigned deaf, mutism and malingering; medicolegal value of E.C.G., lie detector and truth serum (Narco-analysis); civil and criminal procedure relating to an insane criminals; psychiatric disabilities following trauma in the court of law-problems of confidentiality and privileged communication; medicolegal aspects of psychiatric emergencies.

(C)  Forensic Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence :

Definitions & law relating to drugs and poisons; medicolegal aspects and pattern of poisons; routes of administration and action of poisons diagnosis of poisoning in the living and dead; post mortem examination in a cased of poisoning and collection; preservation, packing and dispatch of viscera and other biological materials for chemical analysis in poisoning cases; duties of medical man in a suspected cases of  poisoning; toxicological and medicolegal aspects and treatment of various poisons; medicolegal aspects of drug dependence and drunkenness; radiation hazards and war gases; principles of common laboratory and analytical methods used for isolation and identification of poisons. Toxicologist in the court of law.

Statutes relating to medical and allied professions, Hippocrates oath and the codes of ethics; powers and functions of the Indian Medical Councils; regulation and maintenance of the standard of medical education; rights and duties of registered medical practitioners; ethical and legal requirements of the practice of medicine- infamous conduct and disciplinary control; doctors duties in criminal matters legal and ethical aspects of family planning and population control – abortion, sterilization and contraceptive, medicolegal relating to artificial insemination; divorce and nullity of marriage; legal and ethical aspects of suicide and euthanasias; medicolegal aspects of moment of death and organ transplantation, legal and ethical problems relating to therapeutic trials and human experimentation; health hazards in industries and professions and their medicolegal aspects doctor’s duties under the workman’s compensation acts; professional liability insurances and medical defaces societies; standard of care in diagnosis and treatment – medical negligence in general and hospital practice; medicolegal aspects of adverse drug reactions and iatrogenic states; medical expert witness and his testimony problems of confidentially and privileged communication.

-           Recent trends in toxicology viz., industrial lexicology, environmental toxicology, blake hole etc.

-           AIDS and related ethico social issues.

     (D)  Forensic Biochemistry, Immunology and Histopathology.:

-           Postmortem chemistry of blood C.S.F. and vitreous Humor

-           Composition and identification of body fluids – blood, semen, saliva, sweet, faces, urine, bile, milk, sputum and C.S.F. etc.

-           Laboratory findings and investigations in cases of myocardial ischemia and    injuries rape and other sexual offences; transfusion, reactions and blood group incompatibility states allergic states and anaphylactic deaths.

-           Recent advances in analytical techniques as applied to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology.

-           Fundamentals of immunology-immunoglobulin, immunological principles, terms and theories, antigens, antibodies, complement etc.

-           Antigen, antibody reactions and the principles involved.

-           Allergy and anaphylaxis and heir medicolegal aspects.

-           Agglutinins and agglutininogens-plant agglutinins.

-           Cellular antigens and blood group systems and their Mendelian inheritance.

-           Serum protein groups-Gm. Gc type, haptoglobins, transferring type, lipoprotein groups.

-           Polymorphic blood enzyme – serum esterases, erythrocytes esterases, blood phosphates, cholinesterase, pseudocholinesterases, lactic dehydrogenase, glucose 6 phosphates dehydrogenase, red cell phosphoglucomutase and alkaline phosphates etc.

-           Hemoglobin and its variants.

-           Problems of individualization of finger printing of blood stains.

-           Group factors in other body fluids and tissues.

-           Method of raising putrefaction and titration of group specific and species specific antiserum.

-           Use of DNA in forensic practices. 

(E)  Forensic Anthropology Including Forensic Odontology : 

-           Surface landmarks of anthropological significance.

-           Identification techniques – finger and palm print (dermatoglyphics) footprints, lip-prints and palate-prints, identification from complexion and features, bodily measurements and weights, anthropometric measurements in the living belrtillon’s method, measurements and descriptive characteristics of head and face; hair – Forensic hair study.

-           Skeleton; age-earlier years; age later years.

-           Sexing of skeleton remains.

-           Calculation of stature from skeleton or parts thereof.

-           Race difference in human skeleton.

-           Anthropometry as related to skull and individual bones likes mandible, clavicle, scapula, long bone, vertebrae. Hip bone and pelvis, sacrum, talus, calcaneus etc.

-           Facial reconstruction from skull and superimposition technique.

-           Comparative osteology – identification of human and common domestic and wild animals from skeleton.

-           Forensic odontology – historical back grounds of.

-           Teeth and identification – racial features, geographical distribution occupation and habit and socioeconomic status.

-           Identification from dental peculiarities, dental remains and dental restoration – artificial denture and dental fittings.

-           Age determination from teeth-dentition-temporary and permanent and secondary dental changes (Gustofson’s method).

-           Teeth and crime – bite marks battered baby.

-           Teeth and trauma – accidental injuries and criminal assaults.

-           Pathological changes in jay bones and teeth caused by poisons.

-           Teeth and negligence – malpraxis in dentistry and failure to preserve trace evidence.

-           Collection and preparation of skeletal remains and teeth for anthropometric studies.

-           Age of skeletal remains – how old are the remains? Use of radiology in skeletal and dental identification. 

(F)   Medical law, Ethics and Human Rights : 

-           Law relating to medical and accidents, sterilization family planning contraception and abortion; treatment, care and custody of the insane and insane criminals; sexual offences and sex perversions. Legitimacy adoption, divorce and nullity of marriage, certification and disposals of dead, sale of drugs and poisons, pharmacy and drug acts; medical and allied professions, anatomical and tissue donation acts; industrial hazards and workman’s compensation acts – medical council and medical degrees acts.

-           Powers and functions of the Indian and state medical councils.

-           Doctor’s duties / liabilities in criminal matters; under the prevention of communicable disease act; in food adulteration acts, in public health and sanitation acts.

-           Rights and duties of registered medical practitioner. Disciplinary control and infamous conduct.

-           Liability for unauthorized autopsies and related procedures.

-           Doctor’s duties and liabilities in general and hospital practice, standards of medical case, medical negligence and therapeutic misadventures.

-           Professional secrecy and privileged communications.

-           Physicians liabilities for defamation.

-           Medicolegal and ethical problems relating to artificial insemination embryo transfer, test-tube fertilization and genetic engineering.

-           Modern trends in assisted conception its ethical aspects.

-           Legal and ethical aspects of sex change orations.

-           Advances in scientific and medical technology and their legal and ethical implications.

-           Professional liability, insurance and medical defence societies.

-           Medicolegal aspects of resuscitation and intensive care.

-           Medicolegal and ethical aspects of  emergencies in general and hospital practice.

-           Medical expert witness and his testimony problems of confidentiality and privileged communication in the court of law.

-           Physician’s  liabilities while attending in will making.

-           Psychiatrist – patient’s testimonial privilege.

-           Hippocratic oath and code of medical ethics.

-           Ethical questions relating to the use of Red Cross symbol.

-           Rights of the unborn and the minor; protection against physical and mental torture brain washing and physician’s liabilities, the patient in General and Hospital practice, Health and right to work and obligation of the state and physician’s; the dying and right to life euthanasia and suicide.

-           Patient’s rights of privacy and physical integrity and violation or invasion thereof. (Physician’s liabilities for violation or invasion thereof).

-           Legal concept of property, the dead body disposals of the dead and survivor’s rights.

-           Legal and ethical problems relating to therapeutic trial, human experimentations and innovative therapy.

-           Medicolegal aspects of : the moment of death and organ / tissue transplamtation; sports and medically prescribed exercises; stress situations.

-           Consent in medical practice and compulsory medical examination and treatment.

-           Rights against self incrimination.

-           Legal value and implications of patient’s medical records and patient’s right to inspeed and obtain copies thereof.

-           Legal and ethical aspects of food additives.

-           Public health, legal and ethical aspects of environmental pollution.

-           Medicine in war time rights of wounded or sick enemy soldiers, prisoners of war and civilians to medical care and treatment & legal and ethical aspects of biological welfare.

-           MRTP act. 

(G)  Traumatology including Medicolegal Aspects of Wounds : 

-           Definitions and general consideration of wounds.

-           Classification of wounds caused by mechanical trauma.

-           Histopathology and medicolegal aspects of blunt force injuries.

-           Cutting injuries, stabbing injuries, fire-arm injuries and injuries caused by detonation of explosives.

-           Medicolegal aspects of wound in general.

-           Postmortem examination in traumatic deaths.

-           Systematic responses to trauma-local and general.

-           Secondary effects and complications of trauma.

-           Shock and circulatory disturbances following trauma.

-           Post traumatic thrombosis and embolic manifestations.

-           Trauma and infection – local wound infection, regional infective diseases, general – septicaemia and pyaemia and specific infective diseases following trauma.

-           Acute renal failure after injuries.

-           Pathology of wound healing and repair and timing of the wound.

-           Diseases and morbid states caused by trauma.

-           Psychic changes and disabilities following trauma.

-           Exacerbation of diseases caused by trauma.

-           Trauma and tumour.

-           Regional and systematic injuries and their medicolegal aspects.

-           Disabilities following trauma-disability evaluation and reporting.

-           Wounds caused by electricity and lightening.

-           Thermal injuries-wounds caused by heat and cold.

-           Radiation effects and injuries.

-           Injuries produced by increased atmospheric pressure-blast injuries, decreased atmosph. Pressure, criminal miscarriage, chemical agents.

-           Bomb blast injuries.

-           Mass disasters causes, management and effects.

-           Transportation injuries and hazards caused on the roads, railways, aviation and navigation.

-           Perinatal and neonatal injuries-infanticide and battered body.

-           Injuries in sports.

-           Injuries due to sexual assaults and sex perversions.

-           Domestic, hospital and laboratory accidents and injuries.

-           Injuries in war.

-           Role and scope of radiological investigation in Forensic traumatology. 

(H)  Methods, value and evaluation of photography, video films and audio cassettes in Forensic fields. 

 

(I)     Methods, procedure of writing, filing and maintenance of hospital record of medical, medicolegal and other purposes like research, planning, community benefits etc. 

-           Computers and crimes.

 

SCHEMES OF EXAMINATION

 Examination in M.D. (Forensic Medicine) consists of the following  :

 

1.      Four theory paper of 3 hours duration each as stated beliow.

( The theory paper may consist of  short answer / long answer /  essay type questions)

 

A.    Basic Medical Sciences in relation to Forensic Medicine.

Including Anatomy / Physiology / Pathology.

B.     Clinical Forensic Medicine including Forensic Psychiatry, Medical Jurisprudence, Medical law and ethics.

C.     Forensic Pathology including Thanatology, Autopsy Pathology and Forensic Immunology.

D.    Recent Advances,Taxicology & allied Forensic Medicine. 

 

2.      Clinical and Practical. 

 

3. Viva – voce  It will cover all the sections in Forensic Medicine, Toxicology and allied subjects covered in theory papers and practical examination. 

The practical and viva – voce examination may last for two days on the subjects covered by the theory papers and the syllabus. This examination shall consists of the following.

 

A.    Autopsy examination (Adult Autopsy and/or Foetal autopsy )

B.     Injury case examination and reporting

C.     Age Estimation and Certification

D.    Alcoholic examination & certification

E.     Insanity examination 7 certification

F.      Impotency examination 7 certification

G.    Spot examination, reporting on microscopes slides of Forensic importance, skeletal remains, bones, x-ray plates, photographs, weapons and exhibits of medico legal importance and poisons (3), wet specimen

H.    Expert opinion case file study.  

Please Note : The candidates  are required  to produce their records books of well documented medico    

legal autopsies and other medico legal case examination reports conducted / attended by them to examiners at the time of practical examination.

 
   
 

LECTURES IN FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY

  •          Legal procedure in criminal courts

  •          Medicolegal postmortem – Rules and regulations

  •          Medicolegal postmortem examination (including that of decomposed bodies and mutilated & fragmented remains)

  •          Procedure of exhumation and Examination of bones for medicolegal purpose

  •          Personal identity – Living and the dead

  •          Personal identity – Medicolegal aspects of age estimation

  •          Personal identity – Value of Anthropometry, Scars, Tattoo marks and Occupational marks in identification

  •          Examination of trace evidence and their medicolegal aspects

  •          Mechanical injuries

  •          Examination of an injured person, preparation of medicolegal injury certificate and medicolegal aspects of injuries

  •          Regional injuries – Face and neck

  •          Regional injuries – Chest and abdomen

  •          Death and its medico-legal aspects

  •          Investigation of sudden death

  •          Asphyxial deaths – Hanging and strangulation

  •          Asphyxial deaths – Suffocation and choking

  •          Asphyxial deaths – Drowning

  •          Deaths from starvation, hyperthermia and hypothermia; their medicolegal aspects

  •          Deaths from burns and scalds; their medicolegal aspects

  •          Deaths from electricity and lightening

  •          Impotence, sterility and artificial insemination with their medicolegal aspects

  •          Virginity, pregnancy and delivery with their medicolegal aspects

  •          Mental ill health and their medicolegal aspects

  •          Sexual offences

  •          Abnormal sexual offences with sexual perversions

  •          Medical termination of pregnancy

  •          Medical ethics

  •          Professional negligence and Infamous conduct

  •          Consent, professional secrecy and privilege communication

  •          Poisons and their medicolegal aspects

  •          Corrosive poisons

  •          Inorganic nonmetallic irritants – Mechanical irritants

  •          Inorganic metallic irritants – Arsenic, Mercury

  •          Inorganic metallic irritants – Lead, Copper

  •          Organic vegetable irritants

  •          Organic animal irritants

  •          Somniferous poisons

  •          Inebriant poisons

  •          Deliriant poisons

  •          Spinal poisons

  •          Cardiac poisons

  •          Asphyxiants

  •          Food poisoning

  •          Drug dependence

 
   
 

 

LIST OF BOOKS IN DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY

 

Sr. No

Title Of The Book Author Year Number of Copy
  1.  
Legal Medicine, Pathology & Toxicology Thomas A. Gonzales 1954

1

  1.  
Practical Forensic Medicine Camps 1956

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine text book for students and practitioners Sydney Smith 1955

1

  1.  
Modern trends in Forensic Medicine Simpsons 1967

1

  1.  
Medical Jurisprudence Gordon & Turner 1963

1

  1.  
The Scientific investigation of Crime L. C. Nikolls 1956

1

  1.  
Modern trends in Forensic Medicine Keith Simpson’s  

1

  1.  
Legal Medicine, Pathology & toxicology Thomas A. Gonzales 1954

1

  1.  
Advances in Modern toxicology Robert Goyer 1977

1

  1.  
Psychotherapeutic drugs Earl usdin 1976

1

  1.  
Homicide Investigation Lemoyne Snyder 1944

1

  1.  
The Doctor as a witness John E. Tracy 1957

1

  1.  
Principles of Disability Evaluation Wilmer Carthom Smith 1959

1

  1.  
The Essentials of Forensic Medicine John Polson 1953

1

  1.  
Psychiatry and the Criminals John Mc Donald 1985

1

  1.  
Lyon’s Medical Jurisprudence for India L. A. Waddell 1928

1

  1.  
The Pathology of Homicide Lester Adelson 1974

1

  1.  
Health Hazards of the Human Environment WHO 1973

1

  1.  
Taylor’s Principles & Practice of Medical Jurisprudence Sydney smith 1957

1

  1.  
Medico legal Postmortems C. K. Parikh 1985

1

  1.  
Scene Investigation O.P. Murthy 1999

1

  1.  
Food Poisoning G. M. Dack 1964

1

  1.  
Histological demonstration techniques Cook H.C.  

1

  1.  
Fat Embolism Simon Sevitt 1982

1

  1.  
The Essentials of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology KSN Reddy 1994

1

  1.  
Drug addiction Part-I G. B. R. Born 1977

1

  1.  
Current in Alcoholism Frank A. Seixas 1978

1

  1.  
Atlas of Neonatal Histopathology Moragas Ballegriga 1977

1

  1.  
Current Methods of Autopsy Practice J. Ludwig 1979

1

  1.  
Simpson’s Forensic Medicine Bernard Knight 1991

1

  1.  
Textbook of Medicine Paul B. Beeson 1975

1

  1.  
Drug Addiction Part-II Williams 1972

1

  1.  
An Atlas of Congenital Heart Diseases Frank E. Sherman 1963

1

  1.  
Medico legal Postmortems C.K. Parikh 1985

1

  1.  
Cox’s Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology Bernard Knight 1994

1

  1.  
Postmortem Procedures G. A. Gresham 1979

1

  1.  
Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology C. K. Parikh 1992

1

  1.  
Methods in Narcotic Research Seymour & Ehrenpreis 1975

1

  1.  
Clinical management of Poisoning & drug overdose Lester M. Hadded 1998

1

  1.  
Modern Medical assisting Gail A. Chester 1998

1

  1.  
Legal Medicine Sandy sanvar 1998

1

  1.  
Hospital administration C. M. Francis 1995

1

  1.  
Principal of Hospital administration & Planning B. M. Sakharkar 1998

1

  1.  
Hospital Planning & Administration Llewellyn Davis 1995

1

  1.  
Modern Medical Toxicology B. B. Pillay 2003

1

  1.  
Poisoning in Children Utpal K. Singh 1998

1

  1.  
The Human skeleton in Forensic Medicine Wilton M. Krogman 1986

1

  1.  
Acute Poisoning A. T. Proudfoot 1994

1

  1.  
Medico legal Investigation of Death Werner V. Spitz & Fischer 1993

1

  1.  
Anderson’s Pathology John Kissane 1990

1

  1.  
Autopsies in Pathology C. K. Parikh  

1

  1.  
Management of Poisoning J. Henry 1997

1

  1.  
The Doctor & Law S. K. Singhal 1999

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine P.V. Guharaj 1982

1

  1.  
A short Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence C. C. Malik 1984

1

  1.  
Parikh’s Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology C. K. Parikh 1981

1

  1.  
Taylor’s Principles & Practice of Medical Jurisprudence Keith Mant 1984

1

  1.  
A Doctors Guide to Court Keith Simpson 1962

1

  1.  
Pediatric Forensic Medicine & Pathology J. K. Mason 1989

1

  1.  
Medical Microbiology Cruickshank 1973

1

  1.  
The treatment of Industrial Wastages Edmond Besselievre 1965

1

  1.  
Human Histology Dugald Gardener 1967

1

  1.  
Advances in Pharmacology & Therapeutics Y. Cohen 1978

1

  1.  
Industrial Hygiene & Toxicology Frank A.  Patty 1949

1

  1.  
Toxicology art a Glance S.K. Singhal 1999

1

  1.  
The Essentials Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology K.S.Narayan Reddy 2000

1

  1.  
The Investigation of Death Donald Merkeley 1957

1

  1.  
Crime Investigation Paul L. Kirk 1952

1

  1.  
Recent Advances in sex & Reproductive Physiology Robert Hutchinson 1940

1

  1.  
Textbook of Adverse Drug Reaction D. M. Davies 1989

1

  1.  
Anderson’s Pathology-I John Kissane 1990

1

  1.  
Pharmacology & Pharmaco-theraputics R. S. Satoskar 2005

1

  1.  
Modi’s Textbook Of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology N.J.Modi 1967

1

  1.  
Modi’s Textbook Of Medical Jurisprudence & Toxicology C. Franklin 1993

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine Gordon & Shapiro 1988

1

  1.  
Advances in Forensic science-I Henry C. Lee 1985

1

  1.  
Law of Drugs B.R. Beotra 1966

1

  1.  
The Physician & the Law Rowland H. Long 1955

1

  1.  
Mental Illness in the Community Michael Shepherd 1980

1

  1.  
Latest Law report in administrative medicine V. Khalid 1987

1

  1.  
Legal Medicine-Annual George J. Annas 1977

1

  1.  
Modern Trends in Forensic Medicine Keith Mant 1973

1

  1.  
Moral Dilemmas in Medicine Alastair Campwell 1975

1

  1.  
Occupational diseases & Internal medicines Johnston & Miller 1960

1

  1.  
Human Rights in Health Ciba Foundation 1974

1

  1.  
Ellenhorns Medical Toxicology Mathew j. Ellenhorns 1997

1

  1.  
Forensic Pathology-Color Guide David Williams 1996

1

  1.  
Textbook of Modern toxicology Ernest Hodgson 2000

1

  1.  
Harrison’s principals of Internal Medicine Vol-I Braunwald 1999

1

  1.  
Harrison’s principals of Internal Medicine Vol-II Braunwald 1999

1

  1.  
Jawetz Medical Microbiology Geo F. Brooks 1995

1

  1.  
Textbook of Odontology Pramod Dayal 1998

1

  1.  
Color Atlas of Forensic Medicine D. Gobindiah 1999

1

  1.  
Modern Medical Toxicology V. V. Pillay 2003

1

  1.  
Consumer Protection & the Medical Professionals Ram Chaube 2000

1

  1.  
Fundamentals of Burn Managements Pramod Kumar 1998

1

  1.  
Textbook of Forensic Medicine, Principals & Practice Krishna Vij 1991

1

  1.  
Autopsies in Pathology Amee Shah 2000

1

  1.  
Singhal’s MCQs in Forensic Medicine & Toxicology S. K. Singhal 1999

1

  1.  
Animal Bites & Stings Pravin Aggrawal 1998

1

  1.  
Clinical anatomy V. Singh 2007

1

  1.  
Textbook of Pathology Harsh Mohan 2000

1

  1.  
Companion of Textbook of Pathology Harsh Mohan 2005

1

  1.  
Methods in Biostatistics B. K. Mahajan 1999

1

  1.  
Minor surgery and treatment of fractures Gwynne Williams 1940

1

  1.  
Hypertension and nephritis Arthur M. Fischberg 1939

1

  1.  
Textbook of Gynecology Wilfred Shaw 1941

1

  1.  
Handbook of pediatrics Avinash Desai 1988

1

  1.  
Disease of eyes John Parsons 1942

1

  1.  
Disease of nervous system W. Russell Brain 1933

1

  1.  
Heart diseases Paul Dudley White 1946

1

  1.  
Craniofacial Identification in F. M. John G. Clement 1998

1

  1.  
Clinical Heart Disease Samuel Levine 1945

1

  1.  
Pathology and Internal disease Henry Kimpton 1940

1

  1.  
Concise textbook of F. M. and Toxicology R. K. Sharma 2005

1

  1.  
Pathologic Basis of disease Robbins 2004

1

  1.  
Principles of Forensic Medicine Apoorba Nandy 2005

1

  1.  
Psychological Medicine Desmond Curran 1946

1

  1.  
Science and practice of surgery W. H. C. Romanes 1941

1

  1.  
Principle & Practise of tropical medicine L. Edward Napier 1946

1

  1.  
Medical negligence and compensation Venkat Rao 2004

1

  1.  
Environment & Toxicology Arvind Kumar 2005

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – I M. Brives 1985

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – II M. Brives 1985

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – III M. Brives 1985

1

  1.  
Disease of infancy and childhood Wilfreid Sheldon 1945

1

  1.  
Practical pediatrics for practisioners Soma Patel 1979

1

  1.  
Administration of public health services Ruth B. Freeman 1960

1

  1.  
Manual of obstetrics Thomas Watts 1940

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – I B. D. Chaurasia 2004

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – II B. D. Chaurasia 2004

1

  1.  
Human Anatomy Vol – III B. D. Chaurasia 2004

1

  1.  
A. P. I.  text book of Medicinee S. Shah 1979

1

  1.  
Theoretical organic chemistry Julias Cohen 1934

1

  1.  
Story of England hospital Courtney Danton 1961

1

  1.  
Goodman & Gillman’s pharmacological basis of therapeutics Laurence Brunton 2006

1

  1.  
Essential of Pharmacology K. D. Tripathi 2008

1

  1.  
Basics of DNA & evidenciery issues V. K. Bali 2004

1

  1.  
Handbook of medical treatment Milton Chatton 1977

1

  1.  
Gardiner’s H. B. Skin disease John Kinneer 1945

1

  1.  
Elements of Medical Jurisprudence S. K. Lahiri 1976

1

  1.  
Commenteries of Indian Penal Code V. B. Raju 1961

1

  1.  
Gray’s Anatomy D. V. Davies 1967

1

  1.  
Practical manual of disease of chest Maurice davidson 1948

1

  1.  
Forensic science and crime investigation Ramesh Chandra 2005

1

  1.  
The Essentials of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology KSN Reddy 2006

1

  1.  
The Essentials of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology KSN Reddy 2010

1

  1.  
Gray’s Anatomy Susan Standering 2005

1

  1.  
Principal of Blood Stains Analysis Stuart h. James 2005

1

  1.  
The Doctor and Law S. K. Singhal  2009

1

  1.  
Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Nageshkumar G. Rao  2010

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine & Toxicology R. N. Karmakar  2006

1

  1.  
Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology V. V. Pillay  2004

1

  1.  
Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology V. V. Pillay

2004

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine P. V. Guharaj  2007

1

  1.  
Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology V. V. Pillay  2004

1

  1.  
Criminal Major Acts P. K. Gupta  1990

1

  1.  
Autopsies in Pathology A. Parikh (Shah) 1998

1

  1.  
Medical Jurisprudence Jhala & Raju  1988

1

  1.  
Concise Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology R. K. Sharma  2008

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine ,Toxicology and Medical Jurisprudence Dr. B. V. Subrahmanyam  2004

1

  1.  
A Colour Atlas of Forensic Pathology G. Austin Gresham

 

1

  1.  
Principles of Forensic Medicine Apurba Nandy 2010

1

  1.  
The essentials of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology Dr. k. S. Narayan Reddy  2010

1

  1.  
Text book of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology P. C. Dixit  2007

1

  1.  
Medico legal Aspects of Patient Care R. K. Sharma

 2008

1

  1.  
Atlas and text of Hematology Tejendersingh  2010

1

  1.  
Transfusion Medicine R. K. saran  2003

1

  1.  
Parikh’s T. B.  of Medical Jurisprudence, Forensic Medicine and Toxicology C. K. Parikh

2008

1

  1.  
Better safe than Sorry Lalit Kapoor

 2005

1

  1.  
Doctor & Law B. C. Amin 1994

1

  1.  
Fundamental of  Forensic Medicine & Toxicology R. Basu  2003

1

  1.  
Smartdoc Suresh rao  2005

1

  1.  
Financial Management for Hospital Administration G. R. Kulkarni 2009

1

  1.  
Law and Practice of Disability B.V. Subrahmanym 2008

1

  1.  
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Volume - I & II J. B. Mukharjee  1994

1

 

 

 
   
 

LIST OF JOURNALS IN FORENSIC MEDICINE

 

1.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 29, No.1, 2007

2.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 29, No.2, 2007

3. Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 29, No.3, 2007

4. Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 29, No.4, 2007

5. Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 29, No.1, 2007

6. Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 30, No. 1, 2008

7.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol.30, No. 2, 2008

8.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol.30, No. 4, 2008

9.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol.31, No. 2, 2009

10.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol.31, No. 2, 2009

11.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol.31, No. 2, 2009

12.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 3, 2009

13.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 4, 2009

14. 12.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 3, 2009

15. 12.  Journal Of Indian Academy Of Forensic Medicine, Vol. 4, 2009

16.  Journal Of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Vol.24,no.2, 2007

17.  Journal Of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Vol. 7, No.1, 2007

18. Journal Of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Vol. 7, No.2, 2007

19. Second Medico legal Conference, booklet, at Govt. Medical College, Surat, 2008.

20. Souvenir of 29th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Med, 2008.

 
   
 

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS

1. Postmortem Set
2. Electric Autopsy Saw
3. Slide warming Table
4. Needle Destroyer
5. Personal weighing machine
6. Calibrated Organ measuring Board
7. Wernier Caliper
8. Hand Spectroscope
9. Table top Electronic weighing machine
10. Water bath (12 Cavities)
11. Weighing machine dial type human
12. Equipment for reporting height
13. Balance chemical
14. Balance, single pair for weighing fetus
15. Weighing machine for weighing dead bodies
16. Weighing machine for organs
17. Folding metal scale to measure up to 7 ft.
18. Steel tape roll
19. Autopsy table
21. Hacksaw
23. Metal scale graduated in Cm
26. Digital camera with accessories
27. Microscope student type
28. Binocular microscope research type
29. Stop-watch
30. X-ray view box 1 in 4
31. X-ray view box 2 in 1
32. BP apparatus
38. Leather strops
44. Brain knife
48. LCD projector
52. Refrigerator
53. Cold storage for keeping dead bodies
55. Digital camera with video Recording facility
56. Instrument cabinet, Instrument trolley, Filing cabinets with folders, Elmira for
Keeping files
57. Desktop Computer with Printer
58. Flat Screen Computer with Printer

 
   
 

LIST OF PRACTICALS IN FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY

 

·         Examination and certification for age

·         Examination and certification for injuries

·         Examination and certification for impotence

·         Examination and certification for alcohol consumption

·         Examination and certification of a case of victim of rape

·         Examination and certification of a case of accused of rape

·         Examination and certification of a case of victim of sodomy

·         Examination and certification of a case of accused of sodomy

·         Medical Certification of Cause of Death

·         Under treatment/ Sickness certificate

·         Consent for surgery, anaesthesia and other medical services

·         Request for sterilization

·         Study of weapons

·         Study of common poisons

·         Study of soft tissue specimens

·         Study of skiagrams

·         Study of microscopic slides

·         Study of photographs

·         Practical aspects of collection, preservation and dispatch of viscera for chemical analysis

·         Practical aspects of collection, preservation and dispatch of other medicolegal materials to forensic science laboratory

·         Examination of trace evidence

·         Demonstration of medicolegal autopsies (ten)

 
   
 

LIST OF SPECIMENNS

1. Multiple Incised Wounds over Skin
2. Abrasion Over Skin
3. Lacerated Wound over Skin
4. Contusion over Skin
5. Contusion over Skull Cap
6. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
7. Multiple Incised wounds over Liver
8. Contusion over Spleen
9. Contusion of Lung
10. Congestion of Lung
11. Contusion of Larynx
12. Contusion of Heart
13. Contusion of Testis
14. Contusion of Liver
15. Contusion and Laceration of Kidney
16. Stab wound of Heart
17. Contusion with fracture of Hyoid bone
18. Contusion & Fracture of Ribs
19. Lacerated wound of Kidney
20. Virgin Uterus
21. Pneumoconiosis of Lung
22. Normal Kidney
23. Atherosclerosis of Aorta
24. Atherosclerosis of Heart & Kidney
25. Cardiomegaly with MI
26. Hypertrophy of Heart
27. Myocardial Infraction
28. Normal Heart
29. Hypertrophy of heart with MI
30. Normal Stomach Showing Anterior Wall
31. Cerebellar Hemorrhage
32. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
33. Subarachnoid & Subdural Hemorrhage
34. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
35. Congestion of Kidney
36. Dissected Kidney Showing Congestion
37. Contusion of Kidney
38. Hypertrophy of Kidney
39. Ossification Center of Calcanium
40. Contusion of Jejunum
41. Uterus with Adenexa of 8 Wks
42. Fetal Lungs
43. Heart with MI
44. Caster Fruits
45. Calotropis Plant
46. Plumbigo Rosea
47. Croton Seeds & Ricinus Communis seeds
48. Mustard & Argemon seeds
49. Saw scaled Viper
50. Pit Viper
51. Centipede
52. Saw scaled Viper
53. Stomach in Poisoning

 

 
   
 

LIST OF WEAPONS

1. Bicycle chain
2. motorcycle Chain
3. Iron rod
4. Knife, single edged
5. Knife, double edged
6. Arrow
7. Sickle
8. Rope, nylon
9. Hammer
10. Wooden rod- Lathi
11. Shotgun
12. Axe, Large
13. Axe, Small
14. hexo Blade
15. Serrated hexo Blade
16. khurpi
17. Screw driver
18. Curved pointed knife
19. Chiesel
20. Hockey Stick
21. Cricket Bat

 

 
   
 

LIST OF POISONS

1. DHATURA FRUIT
2. SEMICARPUS ANACARDIUM (Marking-Nut/ Bhilawa)
3. STRYCHNOS NUX VOMICA (Kuchila)
4. NICOTIANA TABACUM (Tobacco)
5. ACONITE-Dried Roots (Monk’s Hood)
6. ALUMINIUM PHOSPHIDE (Celphos)
7. CAPSICUM ANUM (Red-Chilli)
8. RICINUS COMMUNIS (Caster Seeds)
9. CROTON TIGLIUM
10. COPPER SULPHATE (Blue Vitriol)
11. MERCURIC NITRATE
12. LEAD TETRA-OXIDE (Sindur)
13. POTASSIUM PERMENGNATE
14. LEAD CHLORIDE
15. LEAD IODIDE
16. ABRUS PRECATORIUS (Rati/ Chanoti)
17. ACTIVATED CHARCOAL
18. ATROPINE SULPHATE
19. PAM
20. ETHYL ALCOHOL
21. METHYL ALCOHOL
22. BITTER ALMOND (Hydrocyanic Acid)
23. ORGANOPHOSPHORUS
24. DHATURA FRUIT
25. HYDROCHLORIC ACID
26. SULPHURIC ACID
27. PHENOL
28. OXALLIC ACID
29. DATURA FASTUOSA (Dhatura-Fruit)
30. DATURA FASTUOSA (Dhatura-Seeds)
31. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM (Poppy-Seeds)
32. PAPAVER SOMNIFERUM (Poppy-Capsule)
33. PLUMBAGO ROSEA (Zavitri/ Chitra)
34. CALOTROPIS GIGENTIA (Akdo/ Madar)

35. SODIUM HYDROXIDE
36. ACETONE (Nail-Polish Remover)
37. KEROSENE
38. NAPTHALENE BALLS
39. IODINE
40. HAIR
41. COCAINE
42. D.D.T. POWDER (Organochlorine)
43. MERCURIC SULPHATE
44. MERCURUS CHLORIDE
45. MERCURIC SULPHIDE
46. LEAD CHROMATE
47. LEAD CARBONATE
48. ZINC CHLORIDE
49. PICRIC ACID
50. TARTARIC ACID
51. AETYL SALYSYLIC ACID
52. MAGNISHIUM SULPHATE
53. BARIUM HYDROXIDE
54. BAYGON
55. BARIUM SULPHATE
56. BARIUM CARBONATE
57. NICKLE POWDER
58. BISMUTH SUBNITRATE
57. SULPHUR SUBLIMATE
58. MATCH STICK (Red Phosphorus)
59. HALOTHANE
60. CHLOROQUINE
61. DIAZEPAM
62. CODIENE PHOSPHATE
63. FORMALDEHYDE
64. COMMON SALT
65. PENTATHIOLE SODIUM

 
   
 

     LIST OF CHARTS

 

1.      HIPPOCRATES, FATHER OF MEDICAL ETHICS

2.      CAUSES OF MECHANICAL ASPHYXIA

3.      MAJOR CHANGES TO ESTIMATE TIME SINCE DEATH

4.      MASS HOMICIDE

5.      CLEOPATRA TESTING POISONS ON CRIMINALS

6.      FACIAL FINDINGS IN STRANGULATION

7.      ESTIMATION OF BODY SURFACE AREA IN BURNS, IN CHILDREN & ADULTS

8.      SHARP CUTTING, POINTED AHD HEAVY WEAPONS

9.      METHODS OF REMOVAL OF SKULL CAP

10.  VARIOUS SITES INVOLVED IN SUICIDES

11.  DIFFERENT PARTS OF PISTOL

12.  DIFFERENT SHAPES OF STAB WOUNDS

13.  CROSS SECTION OF BARREL OF RIFLED FIREARM

14.  DIFFERENT PARTS OF REVOLVER

15.  TYPES OF STAB WOUND

16.  SITES OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY IMPACT IN RTA

17.  HIP BONE – SEX DIFFERENCE

18.  VARIOUS AUTOPSY INCISIONS

19.  POSTMORTEM EXAMINATION

20.  FINGERPRINT TYPES

21.  FORENSIC SCIENCES – IN SEARCH OF HIDDEN TRUTH

22.  DIFFERENT PARTS OF RIFLE

23.  BLOOD SUPPLY OF HEART

24.  NUMBER OF TEETH IN DIFFERENT AGES

25.  CHOKING, A TYPE OF ASPHYXIA

26.  DIFFERENT PARTS OF CARTRIDGE

27.  MORPHOLOGY OF SPERMATOZOA

28.  COMMON SITES OF BERRY’S ANEURYSM IN CIRCLE OF WILLIS

29.  VARITIES OF WEAPONS

30.  INCISIONS FOR REMOVAL OF SCALP

31.  SHAPE OF UTERINE CAVITY

32.  COMPLICATIONS OF CRIMINAL ABORTIONS

33.  GARROTTING

34.  EWALD OR BOAS TUBE FOR GASTRIC LAVAGE

35.  HYMEN EXAMINATION KIT

36.  INDENTIFICATION FEATURES OF MALE AND FEMALE

37.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DURG ADDICTION AND DRUG HABITUATION

38.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OXALIC ACID AND MAGNESIUM SULFATE

39.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANTEMORTEM AND POST MORTEM ABRASIONS

40.  PEOPERTIES OF DIFFERENT EXPLOSIVES

41.  AGES OF ERUPTION OF TEETH

42.  SHORT BARELLED RIFLED GUN INJURIES- AT DIFF. DISTANCES

43.  CHRONOLOGICAL APPEARANCE OF TEMPORARY AND PERMENANT TEETH

44.  ATROCITIES ON WIFE

45.  RULE OF NINE

46.  FATAL PERIODS OF SOME POISONS

47.  FATAL DOSES OF SOME POISONS

48.  TESTS OF POSONING

49.  CLASSIFISCATION OF POISONS- ACCORDING TO MOTIVES

50.  ABO BLOOD GROUPING

51.  TYPES OF FINGERPRINTING, PHENOTYPES AND GENOTYPE RELATIONSHIP

52.  OSSIFICATION CENTRES OF BONES

53.  COMON HOUSEHOLD POISONS

54.  CORROSIVE POISONS – SULPHURIC ACID

55.  CORROSIVE POISONS – NITRIC ACID

56.  CORROSIVE POISONS – HYDROCHLORIC ACID

57.  CORROSIVE POISONS – CARBOLIC ACID

58.  CORROSIVE POISONS – ACETYL SALICYLIC ACID

59.  CAUSTIC ALKALIES

60.  IODINE

61.  PHOSPHORUS

62.  CHLORINE

63.  ANTIHISTAMINICS

64.  COPPER

65.  POTASSIUM PERMENGANATE

66.  MANGANESE

67.  RISINUS COMMUNIS

68.  CROTON TIGLIUM

69.  ABRUS PRECATORIUS

70.  ERGOT

71.  CAPSICUM ANNUM

72.  SEMICARPUS ANACARDIUM

73.  CALLOTROPIS

74.  PLUMBAGO ROSEA

75.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE

76.  SEX DIFFERENTIATION IN SKULL

77.  SEX DIFFERENTIATION IN MANDIBLE

78.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RESPIRED AND UNRESPIRED LUNG

79.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INCISED, PUNCTURED AND LACERATED WOUND

80.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TEMPORARY AND PERMENANT TEETH

81.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIBRA AND VIPER

82.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARSENIC POISONING AND CHOLERA

83.  ALCOHOL AND BARBITURATE BLOOD LEVELS

84.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROFESSIONAL NEGLIGENCE AND PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT

85.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRUISE AND POSTMORTEM STAINING

86.  DRUGS CAUSING PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL DEPENDENCE

87.  POISONS ABSORBED THRO SKIN, INHALATION

88.  POSTMORTEM LIVIDITY IN CERTAIN POISONS & POISONS RESISTING PUTREFACTION

89.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STRYCHNINE POISONING AND TETANUS

90.  FEATURES AFTER DEATH

91.  SMELL AND STOMACH FINDINGS OF SOME POISONS

92.  POISONS CAUSING DRYNESS OF MOUTH AND SALIVATION

93.  FEATURES OF FIREARM INJURIES

94.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEEDS OF DHATURA AND CAPSICUM

95.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUICIDAL AND HOMICIDAL CUT THROAT INJURIES

96.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRUISE AND CHEMICALS/PLANT JUICE

97.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONGESTION AND POSTMORTEM STAINING

98.  DIFFERENT MEASUREMENT OF UTERUS AFTER DELIVERY

99.  DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRUISE AND CONGESTION

100.          SHORT  GUN INJURIES- AT DIFF. DISTANCES

101.          DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NULLIPAROUS AND PAROUS UTERUS

102.          DIFFERENT FEATURES OF GUN

103.          LONG BARELLED RIFLED GUN INJURIES- AT DIFF. DISTANCES

104.          DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TRUE AND FEIGNED INSANITY

105.          CEREBRAL POISONS

106.          BLOOD ALCOHOL LEVELS

107.          CLASSIFICATION OF WOUNDS

108.          DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RIGOR MORTIS AND HEAT STIFFENING

109.          CAUSES OF DEATH DUE TO INJURIES

110.          DEVELOPMENTAL FEATURES AT DIFFERENT AGES

111.          MECHANISM OF BREACH LOADING

112.          SNAKE BITE – FATAL DOSE, TIME

113.          TROTTER AND GLESSER’S FORMULA OF STATURES OF BONES

114.          MULTIPLICATION FACTORS FOR STATURES IN INDIA

115.          METHODS OF LATENT FINGERPRINTS

116.          MEDICOLEGAL IMPORTANCE OF AGE

117.          MEDICOLEGAL ASPECTS OF SEMINAL FLUID

 
   
 

  LIST OF MODELS

 1.      Healing of Wound.

2.      Lightening Injury.

3.      Defensive wound of Hand.

4.      Case of Sodomy.

5.      Genital Injury in child of rape.

6.      Various types of Hymen.

7.      Suicidal Hanging.

 
   
 

   LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS

1. Abraded Laceration
2. Graze Abrasion
3. Linear Abrasion
4. Patterned Abrasion Tyre Marks
5. Abrasion-
6. Graze Abrasion
7. Multiple Linear Ab
8. Patterned Ab-Tyre mark
9. Blast Injury Limb
10. Blast Injury on Face
11. Blast Injury on Limbs
12. Blast Injury
13. 303 Rifeled Cartridge
14. Cartridge Case
15. musket_balls
16. Rifle_cartridge_comparison
17. Flame Burns
18. Infected wounds of Burns
19. Kerosine Burns
20. Soot particles in Trachea
21. Healed Burn Scars
22. Healing Burn Scar
23. Scald
24. Scalds
25. Contusion 2 Days Old
26. Contusion
27. Old Contusion
28. Picture 661-Old Contusions
29. Contusion Brain
30. contusion of Brain
31. Contusion over Scalp
32. Conused Laceration on Lt Frontal Lobe
33. Accidental cut throat.
34. Homicidal Cut Throat
35. Homicidal Cut Throat
36. Incised Wound over throat
37. Appearance in decomposition
38. Blister of Decomposition
39. Blisters of decomposition
40. Grenish discoloration of Decomposition
41. Diatoms
42. Drowning Froth
43. Washerman's feet
44. Washerman's Hands
45. Entry wound of electrocution by High Voltage
46. Entry wound of Electrocution
47. Exit wound of Electrocution
48. High Voltage Electrocution
49. Bite-Mark on Face
50. Cirrhosis
51. Lead_poisoning_-_blood_film
52. Milk in Stomach of newbourn
53. Arch
54. Composite
55. Loop
56. Whorl
57. Collies Fr
58. Fr & Dislocation
59. Fr Rt Humerus
60. Lig Mark of Hanging-
61. Lig Mark of Hanging with Knot mark
62. Ligature Mark of Hanging
63. Ligature Mark
64. Ligature mark of Near Hanging
65. Ligature Mark
66. Protruded tongue in hanging
67. Salivary Streek in Hanging
68. Extradural Haemorrhage
69. Intra ventricular Haemorrhage
70. Sub-Arachnoid Haemorrhage
71. Sub-Dural haemorrhage
72 Contused laceration of Brain
73 Contusion & Sub-Arachnoid Haemorrhage
74 Sub-Arachnoid Haemorrhage
75 Sub-Dural Haemorrhage
76Flaying
72. Lacerated Wound of Face
Laceration on Right Knee
73. Laceration with Fr on Forehead
74. Bisection of Liver
75. Laceration of Spleen with Hematoma
76. Laceration of Liver
77. Multiple Lacerations of Liver
78. Homicidal Cut Throat
79. Multiple stab wounds.
80. Congested Mucosa in Poisoning.
81. Effect on Abdominal viscera in Corrosive poisoning
82. Stomach in Acid Poisoning
83. Multiple Snake Bite Marks
84. Snake Bite Mark
85. Naja
86. Bandedkrait
87. Russel Viper
Saw scaled viper
88. Cobra
89. Python
90. Daboia Viper
91. Saw scaled Viper
92. Contused Larynx in Strangulation
93. Contusion in Neck in strangulation
94. Tattooing on Chest
95. Tattooing on Forearm
96. Tattooing
97. Communited fracture
98. Depressed Communited Fr.
99. Hinge Fr-Fr of both Middle Cranial Fossa
100. Linear Fracture
101. chip fr of skull bone
102. Deressed Fr.
103. Scalp Hematoma & Linear Fr of skull.
104. Sutural Fracture
105. Depressed skull fracture
106. Communited Fr.
107. Communited Fr.
108. Linear Fr of Skull
109. Main side effects of Caffeine
110. Symptoms of Spider bite
possible physical effects of lysergic acid diethylamide
111. Bacterial infections and involved species
112. Symptoms of anemia
113. Possible long-term effects of ethanol
114. Tuberculosis symptoms
115. Bodily effects of cannabis
116. Long-term effects of heroin
117. Main complications of persistent high blood pressure
118. Main symptoms of acute hemolytic reaction
119. Physiological effects of Crack cocaine
120. Side effects of chronic use of Cocaine
121. Side effects of nicotine
122. Snake bite symptoms
123. Symptoms of AIDS

 
   
 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS IN DEPARTMENT DURING LAST THREE YEARS (From 2008 To 2010)

1. Postmortem Burns-An Artifact due to Transportation– Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, JIAFM-2008 Issue Vol. 30, No.2, 72-74, 2004, 35-37. (National Journal).

2. Post-mortem diagnosis of “Battered women syndrome”– Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, 2008 Issue, Vol. 30, No. 4, 239-241. (National Journal).

3. Profile of Road traffic Accidents in Jaipur (Rajasthan) - A Prospective Study- Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Internet Journal of Medico-Legal Update MLU-2008 Issue. (INTERNATIONAL Journal)

4. Death Tourism (Sterbetourism): Destination to Heaven – Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, JIAFM-2009 Issue, Vol. 31, No.3. (National Journal).

5. Decomposition Cast a Shadow on Drowning Deaths (A Retrospective Study)- Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine JIAFM-2009 Issue, Vol.31, No.2. (National Journal)

6. Epidemiological Study of Drowning Deaths in Rajkot, Gujarat- Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Jan-June 2008 Issue, Vol.25 No.1, 1-4. (INTERNATIONAL Journal)

7. Profile of Road Traffic Accidents & Head Injuries in Jaipur (Rajasthan)- Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Indian Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 2008 Issue, Vol.6, No.1. (INTERNATIONAL Journal)

8. RISKING LIMBS AND LIFE - Railway Deaths in Vadodara (A Retrospective Study)-Research-Paper Published in International Journal Of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology 2009, Vol.26, No.1, 54-57. by- Dr. A. K. Pathak, Dr. P. H. Barai, Dr. A. K. Mahajan, Dr. B. G. Rathod, Dr. K. P. Desai & Dr. S. Basu.

9. Kronlein-Shot: Homicide by Shotgun Under the Disguise of Accident– Published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology - JFMT-2010 Issue, Jan-June, (INTERNATIONAL Journal).

10. Histo-Pathology Examination in Medicolegal Autopsy: Pros & Cons- Paper published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine. JIAFM-2010 Issue, Vol.32, No.2, 128-131. (National Journal)

11. Study of Un-Natural Female Deaths in Vadodara (A Retrospective Study)- Paper published by Dr. Akhilesh Pathak in Journal Of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine on – JIAFM-2010 Issue, Vol. 32, No.3, (National Journal).

 
   
 

RESEARCH ON HAND

1. Use of Gastric Lavage in cases of fatal poisoning: An Autopsy Based Retrospective Study- By Dr. Akhilesh Pathak, Dr. B. G. Rathod & Dr. A.K. Mahajan.

2. Study of Correlation of Age & Manner of Death in Female Children- By Dr. A. K. Pathak.

 

 
   
 

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