“Disadvantaged” Medical Examiner Systems
Cocaine-Induced Agitated Delirium, Forceful Struggle, and Minor Head Injury
Fatal Hemorrhage Caused by Varicose Veins
Postmortem Injuries by Indoor Pets
Survey of Medical Examiner Office Computerization
Death Investigations Involving Personal Computers
Embalming, Body Preparation, Burial, and Disinterment
Traumatic Tear of Tela Choroidea Resulting in Fatal Intraventricular Hemorrhage
Trauma-Related Embolization of Cartilage to the Lungs
Fatal Suture Embolism to the Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery
Lethal Asphyxiating Juvenile Laryngeal Papillomatosis
Vascular Anomaly of the Bundle of His Associated with Sudden Death in a Young Man
Decreasing the Organ Donor Shortage by Increasing Communication Between Coroner, Medical Examiners and Organ Procurement Organizations
Fatal Animal Attacks in North Carolina Over an 18-Year Period
Murder-Suicide in Fulton County, Georgia, 1988–1991
Pain and Suffering... and Unconsciousness
Naproxen-Induced Anaphylaxis
“Inverted Suspension”