Now in full colour, this new and revised edition of The Hospital Autopsy presents a clear and systematic approach to safe and effective modern autopsy practice for pathologists. It begins by discussing issues such as legislation governing autopsies, religious attitudes and ensuring safety, before covering the procedures of external examination, evisceration, dissection of internal organs and report writing. Six new chapters have been added and contemporary specialist techniques, such as near virtual autopsy, are covered in depth, with chapters devoted to complex issues including perinatal autopsies, maternal deaths and autopsies where the cause of death is unascertained. The Hospital Autopsy is an indispensable resource for pathologists in training, as well as a concise reference for practicing pathologists and autopsy technicians.... in its revised Codes of Practice General Medical Council (GMC) a published guidance on Serious Communicable Diseases (1997) which ... The latest HG categorisation, Approved List 2004, is available at ... HG3 and HG4 infections Most UK mortuary infection problems arise in the HG3 group, which includes the humananbsp;...
|Title||:||The Hospital Autopsy|
|Author||:||Julian L. Burton, Guy Rutty|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-06-25|