Pediatric Forensic Pathology

Pediatric Forensic Pathology is a medical department that bridges the field between pediatric and forensic pathology. It requires, distinguishing the actual cause of death by examining a child dead body. It plays a key role in criminal exploring, which includes examination of bones, DNA and blood samples etc. Forensic pathologist or doctors are answerable for further study by performing postmortem examinations.

This subject represents the utilization of restorative learning to the exploration of wrongdoing, extremely in building up the reasons for child abuse or unbelieving child deaths. Legally it plays a important part in criminal examinations and it is similarly utilized as a part of prehistoric studies, Anthropology, Biology and Victimology.

 

  • Forensic Psychology
  • Forensic Odontology
  • Forensic Paleontology
  • Forensic Medicine and Clinical Forensics
  • Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology

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