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Lectures include 77 questions, the volume of 1-2 pages. Made textbooks 2009-2010.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. THE CONCEPT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE

2. SURVEY AND EXAMINATION

3. PROCEDURE FOR APPOINTMENT AND PRODUCTION OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION

4. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF EXPERT

5. The expert's conclusion

6. TYPES OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION

7. ESTABLISHMENT OF FORENSIC SERVICES

8. DETERMINATION OF INJURY AND INJURY

9. TYPES OF MECHANICAL DAMAGE: scratches, bruises, the wound

10. TYPES OF MECHANICAL DAMAGE: sprains, fractures, breaks INTERNAL ORGANS

11. The cause of death in mechanical damage

12. CLASSIFICATION OF MECHANICAL DAMAGE origin. Air and water-traffic injuries

13. DAMAGE blunt objects

14. Damage to the transport SRVDSTVAMI. ROAD INJURY

15. RAILWAY TRAUMA

16. DAMAGE sharps

17. gunshot injuries

18. anoxia

19. mechanical asphyxia. OF HUM YATSIONNAYA asphyxia

20. obstructive and compression asphyxia

21. Concept about poisons and poisoning

22.OTRAVLENIYA ACID

23. arsenic poisoning, mercury, carbon monoxide

24. EFFECT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE ON THE HUMAN BODY

25. EFFECTS OF LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE HUMAN BODY

26. EFFECT OF ELECTRICITY

27. EFFECT OF RADIANT ENERGY

28. occasion FORENSIC EXAMINATION MVDITSINSKOY living persons

29 FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF HAIR MVDITSINSKAYA

30. injury. HARD, moderate and light

31. The harm to health - dangerous and not dangerous to life

32. DETERMINATION OF stable loss of general capacity for work

33. beatings, torture and torture

34. Forensic DEFINITIONS OF HEALTH AND DIMENSIONS disability

35. Forensic artificial and feigned DISEASES

36 FORENSIC EXAMINATION MVDITSINSKAYA sexing And in the investigation of sexual crimes

37. DEATH AND CHANGE Rigor

38. DEATH, its classification by category, species and genus

39. Early rigor CHANGES

40. LATE CHANGES rigor. Decomposition and mummification

41. LATE CHANGES rigor. Grave wax and peat TANNING

42. The autopsy ON-SITE DETECTION

43. Forensic CORPSE

44.SUDEBNO MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF BLOOD

45. Forensic case materials

46. \u200b\u200bForensic cases of violation of professional duties

Medical profession

47. CRIMES OF MEDICAL WORKERS

48. SUBJECT, method and content of Forensic Psychiatry

49. The forensic psychiatric examination

50. Types of forensic psychiatric examination

51. Types of forensic psychiatric examination depending on the place of production

52. Forensic psychiatric examination of minors

53. sanity-insanity

54. The criteria of insanity

55. The legal capacity, incapacitated

56. Compulsory medical measures APPLICABLE TO mentally ill

57. General concepts about mental illness

58. CLASSIFICATION OF MENTAL DISORDERS

59. Schizophrenia

60. Epilepsy

61. manic-depressive psychosis

62. traumatic brain injury

63. syphilitic diseases of the central nervous system

64. cerebrovascular diseases

65. PSYCHOSES later age

66. Alcoholism

67. Chronic alcoholism

68. alcoholic psychosis. SUBSTANCE ABUSE

69. ADDICTION

70. oligophrenics: idiot, imbecile

71. debility

72. Psychopaths

73. TYPES Psychopaths

74. REACTIVITY: Neurosis

75. REACTIVITY: reactive psychosis

76. Exception: pathological intoxication, clouded state

77. Exception: Pathological PROSONOCHNOE STATE pathologic affect, the reaction of "short circuit"


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