Gaceta internacional de ciencias forenses. 2015. No. 15

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    El riesgo siempre va a estar ahí
    (2015) Verdú Pascual, Fernando Alejo
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    Autopsia de un body packer al que le habían extraído la droga siendo cadáver
    (2015) Muñoz-Quirós Caballero, J.M.; Navarro Escayola, Esperanza; Giner Alberola, Salvador; Cardona Valencia, Begoña; Molina Aguilar, Pilar; García García, Estela
    There are many methods used by drug traffickers for transfer international of drog, being the most dangerous to physical integrity the individual transport inside your body, known “body-packers”. These introduced drugs protected mainly for, arrived destination, extracting it by natural means and deliver it to the receptors, although some of the containers may break inside and cause death by the mass exodus of the toxic. In this case, the autopsy shows the continent broken or defective and other packages intact, with the drug inside. In the present case, the manipulation of the body prior to extraction and recovery of the drug, has made it difficult to determine the cause of death
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    Hemoperitoneo espontáneo secundario a rotura de pseudoquiste pancreático: una causa inusual de muerte inesperada
    (2015) Argente del Castillo Sánchez, Trinidad; Aguilera Tapia, Beatriz
    we present a case of death by spontaneous massive hemoperitoneum as a late complication of pancreatic pseudocyst torpid. This is a very rare cause of spontaneous hemoperitoneum in the medical literature. Histopathological findings of pancreaticduodenal erosion and dissection of duodenal artery wall are described.
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    Pancreatitis aguda necrótico-hemorrágica: propósito de dos autopsias judiciales
    (2015) Luis García, María José de
    Hemorrhagic and necrotizing pancreatitis, is an unusual and highly lethal complication in cases of inflammation of the pancreatic gland. The diagnosis is clinical suspicion supported by laboratory and radiology tests. It is an exceptional cause of sudden death. But this form of presentation of pancreatitis can only be confirmed through the gland histopathological study, which is available on rare occasions. We expose the macroscopic findings of two fatal cases of acute hemorrhagic and necrotizing pancreatitis Pancreatitis
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    Seguro, seguro, seguro…o casi
    (2015) Castelló Ponce, Ana
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    La aportación de la prueba pericial científica en el proceso penal
    (2015) Robledo Acinas, María del Mar
    Expert evidence has become a means of proof of greater value to the testimony in the spanish criminal proceedings. In this work we have studied 23 cases of missing children with fatal outcome in the XXI century judged, at least in the first instance, concluding that it is necessary that the scientific evidence is based on quantitative criteria, scientific methods with a margin of error there are known and recommending regulatory mechanisms of scientific expert evidence provided in criminal proceedings as evidence
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    Breve reflexión sobre la valoración forense de las enfermedades mentales y dsm-5
    (2015) Adam Morell, Aurora
    For almost two years ago we had a new version, the fifth, of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5. This new edition of the handbook, published by the American Psychiatric Association, gave a twist to the diagnosis of mental illness, with significant changes in their classification. This has been a relentless barrage of criticism from many sectors of Clinical Psychiatry, while the author association itself defends the simplification in order to simplify the diagnosis and investigation of these complaints. However, the clinical branch of psychiatry is not the only one that has been affected by these changes. From the forensic field you can live a major revolution with a series of consequences that are yet to be seen. I analyze how these changes affect the field of Forensic Medicine in Spain, given that there has been a parallel shift in the other reference manual, ICD-10, and if the DSM-5 provides solutions or, instead, it leads to complicate the task of the forensic psychiatrist.