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by Frederick Zugibe M.D.,David L. Carroll

eBook Dissecting Death: Secrets of a Medical Examiner download ISBN: 0767918800
Author: Frederick Zugibe M.D.,David L. Carroll
Publisher: Broadway Books; Reprint edition (July 18, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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FREDERICK ZUGIBE, . is the former chief medical examiner of Rockland County and remains one of the nation’s most respected forensics experts. DAVID L. CARROLL has cowritten thirty-one books and produced twelve network television films. Both men live in Rockland County, New York. Dissecting Death: Secrets of a Medical Examiner.

DAVID L. Dr. Zugibe is obviously well respected in his field, and this book answered a few questions for me on the subject of how the human body reacts to death. However, the details became cumbersome in the last chapters, especially on the mystery of Jon Bonett, the .

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As a homicide and forensic expert I thoroughly enjoyed reading Dr. Zugibe's Dissecting Death: Secrets of a Medical Examiner

As a homicide and forensic expert I thoroughly enjoyed reading Dr. Zugibe's Dissecting Death: Secrets of a Medical Examiner. I found it well-written and loaded with professional medicolegal axioms that illustrate the importance of continuing education and collaboration with fellow experts in the field of forensic investigation.

Zugibe, chief medical examiner in New York's Rockland County for 35 years, is somewhat of a doyen in the world of forensic pathology. Via exploration into 10 of his most challenging and eye-opening cases, he tells us why. These are not investigations solvable within hours - some take years. Zugibe's purpose is not to thrill or exploit, but to involve the reader in just what his job entails: detail, duty, and supreme dedication. It's hard going, but man is it enthralling. The Psychology of Time Travel' Is Anything But Simple

Unlike smaller medical manuals that focus on urgent, one-time approaches to a particular presenting complaint. or condition, this text was envisioned as a resource for clinicians who practice continuity of care and have established. a longitudinal, therapeutic relationship with their patients.

Unlike smaller medical manuals that focus on urgent, one-time approaches to a particular presenting complaint. Consequently, recommendations are made for immediate. as well as subsequent clinical encounters.

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From TV’s CSI to bestsellers by Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs, interest in forensics is at an all-time high. Now one of our most respected forensic pathologists gives a behind-the-scenes look at eleven of his most notorious cases, cracked by scientific analysis and Sherlock Holmesian deduction.As chief medical examiner of Rockland County, New York, for almost thirty-five years, Dr. Frederick Zugibe literally wrote the book on the subject—his widely used textbook is considered the definitive text. Over the years he has pioneered countless innovations, including the invention of a formula to soften mummified fingers—enabling fingerprinting, and thus identification, of a long-deceased victim. He has appeared as an expert hundreds of times in the media and in the courtroom—and not once has a jury failed to accept his testimony over opposing expert witnesses. And now, in Dissecting Death, he has opened the door to the world of forensic pathology in all its gruesome and fascinating mystery. Dr. Zugibe takes us through the process all good pathologists follow, using eleven of his most challenging cases. With him, we visit the often grisly—though sometimes shockingly banal—crime scene. We inspect the body, palpate the wounds, search for clues in the hair and skin. We employ ultraviolet light, strange measuring devices, optical instruments. We see how a forensic pathologist determines the hour of death, the type of weapon used, the killer’s escape route. And then we enter the lab, the world of high-tech criminal detection: DNA testing, fingerprinting, gunshot patterns, dental patterns, X-rays.But not every case ends in a conviction, and in a closing chapter Dr. Zugibe examines some recent high-profile cases in which blunders led to killers going free, either because the wrong party was brought to trial or because the evidence presented didn’t do the trick—including Jon-Benet Ramsey’s murder and, of course, the O.J. Simpson trial.
Comments: (7)
Foiuost
Such an interesting book! I shared it with a close friend who is a retired chief of police and he said it was captivating for him!
Dorizius
This was a good read. I suspect that when it was first published it was far more informative than now. The public has had a lot of time to ponder forensics in the over a dozen years. Still, I enjoyed reading it.
The reasons I only gave it four stars are two. Although grammar has relaxed considerably, I dislike hearing "more important" instead of "more importantly" especially more than once. My second issue with the book is simply that the doctor's high opinion of himself is obvious a little more than necessary. He is a talented and highly trained professional and one would assume that self-confidence would be necessary to have achieved that. Yet a little more humility would have improved my reading experience.
Paster
i really learned a lot about the funeral business after reading this. Very helpful now that i'm getting older and having to deal with deaths in the family
Jake
An interesting book to be sure, but I found myself skimming over some parts that seemed to wander off the current case. I was delighted to see very few spelling and/or grammatical errors which seems to plague other ebooks I've read. The author is very good at describing procedures and terms for us laypeople. I liked this book, don't get me wrong, but I was just a little put off by what I considered a lot of wandering around.
Mightdragon
An interesting book. The author describes the basis of foensics oin a way that anyone can understand. It is helpful in understanding crime or on reading about it. Any true crime reader would be interested in reading this book
Terr
Dr. Zugibe is obviously well respected in his field, and this book answered a few questions for me on the subject of how the human body reacts to death. However, the details became cumbersome in the last chapters, especially on the mystery of Jon Bonett , the O.J. Simpson trial, and the crucifixion of Christ, which was particularly disturbing. However, I did finish the book, although I decided I really didn't need to know so much about death and dying.
Qumen
This was interesting, but I still couldn't "connect" with the book. Obviously written with medical expertise but still at times it seemed to bog down. I found myself wanting to skip through certain parts. This is something I picked up while reading several other books at the same time. I was unable to give it my total attention.
Several cases are presented by the renowned coroner of Rockland County, NY. for those who love detail and actual solid descriptive information this is your book. Not about motives and emotion, it's all about how to let the gathered evidence and the crime scene as discovered in situ tell you what happened and sometimes, who the guilty party most likely is. I've read a few of this type and this one is really excellent.