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Old 03-03-2010, 02:27 AM
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21. Liquefied fat draining into the chest cavity

22. Mummification of this homicide victim occurred after she remained in a secure bedroom in August in the southeastern United States for almost 2 weeks with no air conditioner. Mummification preserved the numerous stab wounds and incised wounds, allowing accurate postmortem assessment of her injuries.

23. Adipocere has developed in this person who was sealed in a barrel containing water and buried for over 5 years.

24. Although waxy, the internal organs resist putrefaction when converted to adipocere.

25. Isolated mummification may be evident in areas of the body with less tissue mass, such as the nose, ears, hands, and feet.

26. The decedent demonstrates almost complete skeletonization of the head as a result of maggot activity.

27. Fly eggs, which resemble Parmesan cheese, accumulate on moist areas and accessible orifices of the body

28. Young maggots resemble fly eggs but are mobile. In this case, fly eggs were laid in the moist environments of the partially open eyes, nares, and mouth. The eggs hatched and migrated across the face

29. Fly pupae such as these are often recovered away from the body, because maggots migrate before pupation; these should be recovered from the death scene if the time of death is in question

30. Fly pupae on a decedent; note the presence of other insects

31. Postmortem ant and roach activity leaves a typical grouped pattern of postmortem "abrasions."

32. This individual was recovered in a home with rats. Postmortem bite marks are yellow, bloodless defects with scalloped edges. Top: Third metacarpal and proximal phalanx. Bottom: Fifth metacarpal and proximal phalanx.

33. Postmortem gnaw marks on a long bone

34. Postmortem vulture activity on the leg of a woman recovered in a wooded area; the underlying tendon is exposed, and much of the musculature is absent. Irregular, yellow defects around the deeper wound are consistent with beak marks.

35. Postmortem tissue consumption caused by small marine animals such as fish and crabs on the dorsal hand. The edges of the defects are typically scalloped.

36. Larger marine life such as sharks and alligators may consume large amounts of tissue and leave sharp injuries in the soft tissue and/or bone. In such cases, it may be difficult to determine whether the injuries represent antemortem trauma or postmortem artifacts.

37. This skeleton is that of an adult man who had been missing for 1.5 months during the late fall in the southeastern United States. He was found in a wooded area. Although the skeleton was mostly intact, gnaw marks were evident on several ribs.

38. Congealing of subcutaneous adipose tissue on the neck of an infant may mimic trauma.

39. Trochar hole in an embalmed decedent (button removed).

40. Fungal growth on a previously embalmed and subsequently exhumed body.

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