Forensic pathology

Forensic pathology focuses on determining the cause of death by post-mortem examination of a corpse or partial remains. An autopsy is commonly performed by a medical examiner, generally during criminal investigations. Where medical examiners are frequently asked to confirm the identity of a dead body. Where the deaths are of unknown cause and those considered unnatural are investigated in this forensic pathology. The methods forensic scientists use to determine death of the individual include examination of tissue specimens to identify the presence or absence of natural disease and other microscopic findings, interpretations of toxicology on body tissues and fluids to determine the chemical cause of overdoses, poisonings or other cases involving toxic agents, and examinations of the injury.
The cause of death, and the circumstances surrounding the cause of death, in which most of the jurisdictions, include homicide, suicide, natural and accidental. The autopsy also provides an opportunity for other issues raised by the death to be identified.

  • Clinical forensic medicine
  • Surgical pathology
  • Cytopathology
  • Autopsy
  • Molecular pathology

Related Conference of Forensic pathology

December 07-08, 2020

7th Annual Meet on Cardiology and Heart diseases

Prague, Czech Republic
January 27-28, 2021

3rd World Congress on Pathology and Clinical Practice

Vienna, Austria
February 04-05, 2021

5th Annual Summit on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

Bangkok, Thailand
April 08-09, 2021

17th Global Experts Meeting on Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Port Moresby, New Guinea

Forensic pathology Conference Speakers

Recommended Sessions

Related Journals

Are you interested in