Forensic Pathology 3

Discussion in 'Autopsies & Morgues' started by Vasto7, May 10, 2017.

  1. Vasto7

    Vasto7 Red Death

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    upload_2017-5-10_14-31-57. A blood smear, as seen via a microscope. The round cells with no nuclei are red blood
    cells. The slightly larger cells with nuclei are white blood cells, including a necrophil on the left
    and a lymphocyte on the right. The small structures are platelets.
    upload_2017-5-10_14-32-24. Samples of tissue placed into plastic “cassettes” for processing
    upload_2017-5-10_14-32-45. An example of the appearance of a cytology slide (breast cancer) viewed under the
    microscope
    upload_2017-5-10_14-33-20. Postmortem examination of the teeth of a badly burned body in order to assist in the
    positive identification of the decedent. Note that the soft tissues of the face (lips and cheeks) have
    been cut away in order to maximize the visibility of the teeth
    upload_2017-5-10_14-33-53. A hair present on the fingers of a homicide victim.
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  2. Mental Puppy

    Mental Puppy Mors Est Salus Moderator

    Cool post.
     
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  3. janscutter

    janscutter Can I stab you with this sharp pointy thing?

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  4. zinfandel

    zinfandel The hair-flip of death

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    I find that toenail nastier than the embalming pictures.
     
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