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Forensics

Inside the Lab Profession

Finding Answers In Angiography

| Guy Rutty

Post-mortem cross-sectional imaging, supplemented with angiography, is minimally invasive

Subspecialties Profession

First in Class

| Michael Schubert

Kona Williams, Junior Forensic Pathologist and First Nations Liaison at the Ontario Forensic Pathology Service, Toronto, Canada

Subspecialties Profession

A Time to Reflect

| Fedra Pavlou

Three years on, many inspirational stories told and issues addressed. We’ve just begun…

Diagnostics Cytology

Slides, Sections and Cells

The most beautiful, informative and intriguing images of pathology and laboratory medicine

Subspecialties Forensics

Coming to a Cinema Near You…

| Fedra Pavlou

…the story of the pathologist who rattled the US sporting world

Subspecialties Forensics

A New Forensic Body Clock

A novel approach using muscle protein could be used to more accurately predict time of death

Subspecialties Forensics

Revisiting Posthumous Analysis

| Juan Rosai

It’s time to take another look at the alternative to conventional autopsy methods

Outside the Lab Training and education

Autopsy on the Slab?

| Fedra Pavlou

Despite the intrinsic value of the ancient autopsy, it’s already extinct in some hospitals. Can it be saved?

Subspecialties Forensics

Perilous Pathology

| Roisin McGuigan

The lead pathologist attending Alexander Litvinenko’s postmortem speaks to the public inquiry

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