Easy cerebral edema
In this section you can get adviceforensic experts on the examination of living persons, studies of bodies of the deceased, determination of the severity of damage to health, the procedure for appointing and conducting forensic medical examinations, etc.
Before asking a question, review the availableIt is quite possible that such a question has already been asked repeatedly and was thoroughly disassembled. Questions from the first person, while immediately and completely describe the essence of the problem and clearly formulate the question. The questions asked to satisfy idle curiosity, as well as questions of a general theoretical nature without specificity, are usually ignored.
ATTENTION! All messages are preliminarily checked by the moderator and only then appear on the forum.
Consultants in the consultation section canspeak only the participants of the forum from the group "SME" and above. Explanatory messages from other participants (including experts not included in the "SME" group) will be deleted. The order of the section is set out in the forum rules.
. Lawyers, investigators and other lawyers in this section of the forum does not consult - for lawyers there is a special closed section (access given on request in the feedback form online).
From: Russia, the Urals
User No .: 1 485
Quotation ([email protected] - 22:01)
Well done time of day!
Maybe my question will not seem interesting to you, but I beg you to answer it.
A 42-year-old man died at home, in a preliminaryconclusion of the cause of death indicated "edema of the brain and lungs." Alcoholic cardiomyopathy. " For 1.5 weeks before death, there was a fracture of the leg, never complained to the heart. As a person far from medicine, I do not understand anything, especially about alcoholic cardiomyopathy, I know for sure that two or three days before death a person did not drink alcohol, and a relative of the person who saw the corpse said that he turned blue and covered with spots (it looks like death from a blood clot). I ask you to explain the cause of death by the language available to me, very much interested in the swelling of the brain and lungs.
Thanks in advance.
Firstly, you yourself pointed out - the cause of death is defined "in advance". So, the diagnosis can change.
Secondly, in order to comment and explain something, we need an act of investigating the corpse. Wait for the final results and post the act if the questions remain.
Post edited by Fat - 09/26/2011 - 20:07