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Roger W Byard Wikidata

Byard, Roger W. National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands ISNI NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Australia BIBSYS National Library of France

VIAF ID: 59184261 (Personal)

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Encyclopedia of forensic and legal medicine Sudoc [ABES], France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of France
Forensic pathology of infancy and childhood Library of Congress/NACO Wikidata NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France
Lethal head entrapment--a problem characteristic of early childhood. Wikidata
Lethal hypothermia in an animal model, not associated with basal renal epithelial vacuolization. Wikidata
Lethal laryngopyocele. Wikidata
Letter to the editor-increased maternal body mass index and infant death-a forensic perspective. Wikidata
Letter to the editor--Increasing body weight of motorcycle riders. Wikidata
Locard's Principle of Exchange, Dental Examination and Fragments of Skin. Wikidata
Long-term histological response to subcutaneously injected Polytef and Bioplastique in a rat model. Wikidata
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of bruises: a pilot study. Wikidata
Marantic endocarditis - A not so benign entity. Wikidata
Massive, fatal aspiration of blood: not necessarily a result of trauma. Wikidata
Maternal diarrhea and ischemic enteritis in newborn twins: possible association with an hemolytic uremic syndrome outbreak. Wikidata
Mechanisms of deaths in captive juvenile New Zealand fur seals (Arctocephalus forsteri). Wikidata
Mechanisms of unexpected death and autopsy findings in Leigh syndrome (subacute necrotising encephalomyelopathy). Wikidata
Medicolegal complications of pseudologia fantastica. Wikidata
Mesenteric fibrosis--a histologic marker of previous blunt abdominal trauma in early childhood. Wikidata
Minor inflammatory lesions and sudden infant death: cause, coincidence, or epiphenomena? Wikidata
Mitral annulus calcification and sudden death. Wikidata
Multiple bee stings, peritumoral mast cell degranulation and anaphylaxis--is there a relationship? Wikidata
Multiple endocrine neoplasia IIb: an unusual cause of chronic constipation. Wikidata
Multiple injuries in suicide simulating homicide: report of three cases. Wikidata
The mythology of "spontaneous" human combustion. Wikidata
Narcotic administration and stenosing lesions of the upper airway--a potentially lethal combination. Wikidata
Need for a working classification system for sudden and unexpected infant deaths. Wikidata
Neuropathological changes in a lamb model of non-accidental head injury (the shaken baby syndrome). Wikidata
Newborn hearing screens and SIDS. Wikidata
Non-traumatic causes of perianal hemorrhage and excoriation in the young. Wikidata
Omental adhesion, intestinal herniation, and unexpected death in the elderly. Wikidata
Oronasal blood in sudden infant death. Wikidata
Osteological evidence of remote penetrating soft tissue trauma in skeletal remains. Wikidata
Overlaying, co-sleeping, suffocation, and sudden infant death syndrome: the elephant in the room. Wikidata
The pathobiology of salivary gland. I. Growth and development of rat submandibular gland organoids cultured in a collagen gel matrix. Wikidata
Pathologic features of the ureteroileal anastomosis in ileal conduits in childhood. Wikidata
Pathological changes in the thyroid gland in crush asphyxia. Wikidata
The pathological features and circumstances of death of lethal crush/traumatic asphyxia in adults--a 25-year study. Wikidata
Pathological Features of Fatal Crocodile Attacks in Northern Australia, 2005-2014. Wikidata
Patterned postmortem ant abrasions outlining clothing and body position after death. Wikidata
Patterns of cerebral and cerebellar herniation. Wikidata
Physician suicide. Wikidata
Positional asphyxia without active restraint following an assault. Wikidata
Post mortem toxicology in the elderly. Wikidata
Potential confusion arising from materials presenting as possible human remains. Wikidata
Potential dangers of hay bailing. Wikidata
Potential problems arising during international disaster victim identification (DVI) exercises. Wikidata
The potential role of forensic pathologists in veterinary forensic medicine. Wikidata
Potentially lethal complications of tracheostomy: autopsy considerations. Wikidata
The processing of skeletonized human remains found in Berlin, Germany. Wikidata
Putrefaction and wound dehiscence: a potentially confusing postmortem phenomenon. Wikidata
Putrefactive "rigor mortis". Wikidata
Recent firing range suicides in South Australia. Wikidata
Reclassification of SIDS cases--a need for adjustment of the San Diego classification? Wikidata
The role of beta-amyloid precursor protein (beta-APP) staining in the neuropathologic evaluation of sudden infant death and in the initiation of clinical investigations of subsequent siblings. Wikidata
The Soria Moria approach to pediatric forensic issues. Wikidata
The spectrum of findings in cases of sudden death due to blunt cardiac trauma--'commotio cordis'. Wikidata
Sudden death in infancy, childhood, and adolescence National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Israel Sudoc [ABES], France Wikidata National Library of Australia BIBSYS National Library of France
Sudden infant death syndrome : problems, progress, and possibilities Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands BIBSYS Sudoc [ABES], France
Suicide attempts involving power drills. Wikidata
The symmetry of self mutilation and the chess board pattern. Wikidata
Tattoos: forensic considerations. Wikidata
Temporal trends over the past two decades in asphyxial deaths in South Australia involving plastic bags or wrapping. Wikidata
Test and teach. Number seventy-three. Diagnosis: Alexander's disease. Wikidata
Total anomalous pulmonary venous connection : Autopsy considerations. Wikidata
Trabecular and solid-cribriform types of basal cell adenoma. A morphologic study of two cases of an unusual variant of monomorphic adenoma. Wikidata
Traditional medicines and species extinction: another side to forensic wildlife investigation. Wikidata
Traditional punishment and unexpected death in Central Australia. Wikidata
Travel-related issues and the morgue. Wikidata
Tricuspid valve blood cysts in infancy. Wikidata
The triple risk model for shared sleeping. Wikidata
Tuberculosis and sudden death. Wikidata
Unexpected childhood death due to a rare complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunting. Wikidata
Unexpected death in association with an occult posterior lingual abscess. Wikidata
Unusual causes of fatal upper aerodigestive tract obstruction in wild Bottlenose Dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). Wikidata
Unusual patterned skin lesions caused by postmortem fungal activity. Wikidata
Urinary incontinence, hyperthermia, and sudden death. Wikidata
Using the Excess Heat Factor (EHF) to predict the risk of heat related deaths. Wikidata
Validation of ultraviolet, infrared, and narrow band light alternate light sources for detection of bruises in a pigskin model. Wikidata
Variation in methods of cardiac dissection--a potential confounder in measuring cardiac weight at autopsy. Wikidata
Vertebral column kyphoscoliosis and unexpected death. Wikidata
Volatile substance use in sexual asphyxia. Wikidata
Why are Wischnewski spots not always present in lethal hypothermia? The results of testing a stress-reduced animal model. Wikidata
Wischnewski spots and hypothermia: sensitive, specific, or serendipitous? Wikidata

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