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Medicina forense

Atlante di istopatologia forense-Atlas of forensic histopathology

Cristoforo Pomara, Monica Salerno

editore: Piccin-Nuova Libraria

pagine: 148

L'«Atlante di istopatologia forense» si inserisce autorevolmente nella branca della letteratura medico-legale, offrendo una pa
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Metrologia forense. Un'introduzione ai principi della metrologia per magistrati, avvocati e periti forensi

Alessandro Ferrero, Veronica Scotti

editore: Esculapio

pagine: 244

Questo libro si propone di fornire una guida all'impiego della metrologia in ambito forense, chiarendo i limiti di validità de
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La prova del DNA. Istruzioni per il giurista

Giuseppe Gennari, Andrea Piccinini

editore: Maggioli Editore

pagine: 88

La rapida espansione nell'uso delle scienze forensi richiede, anche al giurista, di acquisire conoscenze che vanno al di là de
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Il corpo e il nome. Inventario della Commissione tecnica medico-legale per l'identificazione delle vittime delle Fosse Ardeatine (1944-1963)

Alessia A. Glielmi

editore: Viella

pagine: 332

La strage delle Fosse Ardeatine è l'atto di repressione più cruento compiuto dai nazisti in una capitale europea
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La banca dei dati italiana del DNA. Limiti e prospettive della genetica forense

a cura di L. Scaffardi

editore: Il Mulino

pagine: 176

La prova scientifica non è solo un'appassionante soluzione da fiction in stile CSI, ma molto più concretamente un mezzo decisi
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Manuale delle investigazioni sulla scena del crimine. Norme, tecniche, scienze, logica

a cura di D. Curtotti, L. Saravo

editore: Giappichelli

pagine: 1116

Le tracce sono i veri testimoni "silenti" del crimine
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La prova del DNA nel procedimento penale. Profili sistematici, dinamiche probatorie, suggestioni mediatiche

Profili sistematici, dinamiche probatorie, suggestioni mediatiche

Paola Felicioni

editore: Giuffrè

pagine: 400

La disciplina della prova del DNA, sviluppatasi dalla problematica dei prelievi ematici coattivi, è al centro della riflession
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Forensic Toxicology

Max M. Houck

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 418

Forensic Toxicology, the latest release in the Advanced Forensic Science Series that grew out of recommendations from the 2009 NAS Report, Strengthening Forensic Science: A Path Forward will serve as a graduate level text for those studying and teaching forensic toxicology. It is also an excellent reference for the forensic practitioner's library or for use in their casework. Coverage includes a wide variety of methods used, along with pharmacology and drugs and professional issues they may encounter. Edited by a world-renowned, leading forensic expert, this updated edition is a long overdue solution for the forensic science community.
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Forensic Odontology

Principles and Practice

J. David Thomas, Jim Lewis

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 338

Forensic Odontology: Principles and Practice details the aspects necessary to become an accomplished forensic odontologist, including an illustration of the skills necessary to become an expert witness. The book is ideal for both the experienced and novice forensic odontologist, covering many fields of expertise, including civil and criminal matters. The civil side involves standard of care and personal injury matters, while the criminal side involves not only dental identification, but management of mass fatality incidents, age assessment, child and elder abuse, and bitemark analysis.
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Giustizia genetica e tutela della persona. Uno studio comparato sull'uso (abuso) delle banche dati dna a fini giudiziari

Lucia Scaffardi

editore: CEDAM

pagine: 336

La costante crescita di reati a livello terroristico e di criminalità organizzata ha reso sempre più concreta l'esigenza di do
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Il corpo umano fonte di prova

Teresa Alesci

editore: CEDAM

pagine: 236

Lo studio prende in esame il contributo fornito dalla persona, con il proprio corpo, alle esigenze di accertamento del reato
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Fingerprint Identification handbook

Dactyloscopy in Forensic Science Investigation and Criminal Justice

Andrea Giuliano

editore: Minerva Medica

pagine: 358

This Handbook refers to Dactyloscopy (also called Fingerprint Study or Friction Ridge Study). For more than a century, fingerprints have been useful in a wide range of applications, because they can be used for identification due to fundamental principles: immutability in the course of life (they are permanent) and uniqueness because always different (they are individual). In forensics, there are very large databases that allow the recognition of aliases, traces found at a crime scene and unknown bodies. /This Handbook is organized into 4 Sections: 1) Toolbox, 2) Known Prints, 3) Latent Prints, 4) Other Fields. The first concerns basic knowledge of the field, i.e., history, anatomy, embryology and the morphology of the friction ridges of the finger, hand and foot. The second concerns personal identification, including print-taking techniques and search procedures. The third concerns latent prints, including the analysis and comparison of traces found at a crime scene. Finally, the fourth concerns different fields such as deceased and missing persons, at¬tempts to counterfeit fingerprints, biometric recognition, cross-border service applica¬tions and the use of fingerprints in archaeology and anthropology. It is divided into 25 Chapters. CONTENTS/SECTION1 /History /Introduction /Prehistoric Hands /Ancient Marks /Forerunners /From Anthropometry to Dactyloscopy /Italian Way /Development of Dactyloscopy /References /Hand and skin /Introduction /Hand /Skin /Glands /Skin and its States /Friction Skin /References /Embryogenesis of friction ridges /Introduction /Development of Friction Ridges /Configuration of the Friction Ridge Patterns /References /Fingerprints /Introduction /General Characteristics (Level 1) /Pattern Types /Particular Characteristics (Level 2) /Microscopic Characteristics (Level 3) /References /Lower phalange prints (lower joints) /Introduction /Morphological Description /Identification Value /References /Palmprints /Introduction /Presumptive Negative Aspects /Overview /Morphological Description /References /Soleprints /Introduction /Short Anatomical Description /Soleprints and Footprints /Overview /Morphological Description /Identification Value /References /Friction ridge disorders (poor quality prints) /Introduction /Permanent or Temporary Effects /Causes /References /SECTION2 /Recording criminal methods /Introduction /Identity and Identification /False Statements (Aliases) /Recording Systems and their Evolution /References /Taking known prints /Introduction /Taking by Ink /Taking by Live Scan /Other Techniques /Summary Chart /References /Recognition by manual classifications /Introduction /Ten-Print Classifications /Five-Print Classifications /Single-Finger Classifications /Palmprint Classifications /Others /References /Recognition by AFIS /Introduction /Historical Note /Databases /Main Processes /Pre-Post AFIS /Problems /References /SECTION3/Crime scene investigation and collection of evidence /Introduction /Crime Scene Inspection /Fundamental Principles /Traces /Documentation /References /Latent print states /Introduction /Evidence Prints /Evidence Prints (Differently Papillary) /References /Latent print development /Introduction /Development (in general) /Development (in specific) /References /Latent print reversed /Introduction /Reversal /Latent Print States and Reversal /Reversal in relation to Lifting Techniques /References /Analysis /Introduction /Approaches /Requirements /Analysis Procedures /Problems /References /Comparison /Introduction /Comparison Types /Comparison Procedures /Problems /References /Latent print recognition by AFIS and APIS /Introduction /Databases /Main Processes /Pre-Post AFIS and APIS /Problems /References /Evaluation and verification /Introduction /Evaluation /Verification /Court Exhibit /Approaches/Guarding Against Error /References /SECTION 4 /Identifying the deceased and missing persons /Introduction /Historical Background /Stages of Death /Taking Impressions /Search Procedures /Mass Disasters /Missing Persons /References /Attempts to counterfeit fingerprints /Introduction /Attempts to Prevent Recognition /Attempts by Fake Prints /Attempts by Forged Prints /Attempts to Not Place Prints /References /Biometric recognition /Introduction /Historical Background /Biometrics and Recognition /Biometric Fingerprint Recognition /Errors /Applications /Immigration and Cross-Border Service Applications /Civilian Fingerprinting Extension /References /Dactyloscopy and archaeology /Introduction /Fields /Purposes /Overview /Controversies /References /Dactyloscopy and anthropology /Introduction /Fields /Other Fields /Purposes /Overview /Controversies /References
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Knight's Forensic Pathology

Bernard Knight, Pekka J. Saukko

editore: Hodder Arnold

pagine: 680

The fourth edition of Knight's Forensic Pathology continues to be the definitive international resource for those in training and in practice, covering all aspects of the medico-legal autopsy, including the cause and time of death, interpretation of wounds and every other facet of the investigation of a fatality. The contents are intended to lead the pathologist - and in some countries, the non-pathologist - through the procedures needed in the examination of a body found under obscure, suspicious or even criminal circumstances. Although police procedures and the habits of pathologists may vary from country to country, the philosophy and techniques presented in this book offer a guide to good practices that can be modified according to local circumstances. In this new edition the text has been thoroughly updated and is complemented by the addition of over 200 new colour illustrations. It maintains the praised tradition of clarity and readability established since Prof. Bernard Knight's first edition was published in 1991, with an emphasis on the practical application of knowledge and research findings and the avoidance of over-interpretation.
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Core Curriculum for Forensic Nursing

Bonnie Price, Kathleen Maguire

editore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

pagine: 280

Access the vital knowledge required for competent forensic nursing practice, with the clear, concise Core Curriculum for Forensic Nursing. This first edition text was developed by the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN). Rich with practical instruction, the Core offers a full view of the role of the forensic nurse, who practices at the intersection of the health care and the legal systems. For practicing forensic nurses or those who are exploring this dynamic and growing specialty, there is no better guide. Prepare for forensic nursing practice, current and future ...* First forensic nursing curriculum text to be officially endorsed by the IAFN*Cutting-edge, expert content on areas including:* Forensic nursing fundamentals and practice standards* Roles and practice settings open to forensic nurses* Legal, ethical, and social trends in forensic nursing* Interacting with the legal and judicial systems; testimony; legal terminology* Forensic nursing in the health care, mental health, correctional, and military care settings* Forensic nursing subspecialties* Human trafficking issues* Vicarious trauma and self-careNumerous full-color photos and images vital to a solid understanding of forensic nursingChapter features include:* Objectives - At the start of each chapter, listing key concepts for forensic nursing practice* Key Terms - Definitions of crucial terms, relevant to each chapter* Review Questions - Important points to review and remember* Case Study - Real-life patient histories and patient care scenarios, with study questions* History and Theory - Effects of social/legal history on current law and health care* Intersecting Systems and Services - Overlapping legal and social programs and the care of special populations, such as the incarcerated* Populations at Risk - Populations at increased risk for violence* Practice and Prevention - Programs and procedures every forensic nurse needs to know* Concepts and Issues - The social and legal context of various forensic nursing areas* Future Issues - Emerging nursing practice areas, such as care for victims of human trafficking
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Diagnostic Pathology: Hospital Autopsy

Billie Fyfe-Kirschner, Dylan V. Miller

editore: Amirsys, Inc

pagine: 424

Diagnostic Pathology: Hospital Autopsy, a volume in the highly regarded Diagnostic Pathology series, is the first reference to present autopsy pathology in the way in which it is practiced clinically. The unique approach in presenting classic autopsy techniques also emphasizes the role of molecular studies and other laboratory and ancillary tests (cytology, radiographic analysis) not commonly thought of during autopsy practice. The practices covered will help maximize diagnostic information from each and every autopsy. Complete coverage of every aspect of autopsy practice-including clinical presentation with chart review, technical and diagnostic aspects of autopsy performance, and reporting-makes this an invaluable guide for the resident in training and practicing pathologist.
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Fecondazione eterologa

Maurizio De Tilla, Lucio Militerni
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editore: Utet Giuridica

pagine: 320

La sentenza della Corte costituzionale 10 giugno 2014, n
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Il nuovo codice della giustizia sportiva. Disciplina e commento

Andrea Sirotti Gaudenzi, Dario Lupo
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editore: Maggioli Editore

pagine: 266

Questo codice esamina l'intera normativa relativa alla gestione della "giustizia sportiva": strumento pratico e ricco di infor
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