ABSTRACT

New York City has the largest medical examiner‘s office in the United States, and the Brooklyn division is the busiest of the five boroughs. Charles A. Catanese received his Forensic Pathology fellowship training in New York, and then worked full time as a Medical Examiner in the Brooklyn office for more than 10 years. He has personally performed m

chapter 1|56 pages

Sudden Natural Death in a Forensic Setting

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, AMY V. RAPKIEWICZ

chapter 2|28 pages

Therapeutic Interventions, Complications, and Accidents

ByMICHAEL J. CAPLAN, CHARLES A. CATANESE

chapter 3|26 pages

Substance Abuse and Poisoning

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, LAURA M. LABAY

chapter 4|36 pages

Postmortem Change and Time of Death

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, BRUCE LEVY, GERARD CATANESE

chapter 5|42 pages

Pediatric Forensic Pathology

ByMICHAEL J. CAPLAN, CHARLES A. CATANESE

chapter 6|50 pages

Blunt-Force Injuries

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, JONATHAN LUCAS

chapter 7|44 pages

Sharp-Force Injuries

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE

chapter 8|70 pages

Gunshot Wounds

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, THOMAS GILSON, THOMAS ANDREW

chapter 9|20 pages

Burns

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, GERARD CATANESE

chapter 10|26 pages

Asphyxia

ByCHARLES A. CATANESE, BARBARA K. BOLLINGER