American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Correctly Identifying Deaths Due to Drug Toxicity Without a Forensic Autopsy. 2019
  • The Regional Autopsy Center: The University of Alabama at Birmingham Experience.  38:189-192. 2017
  • Tattoo frequency and types among homicides and other deaths, 2007-2008: A matched case-control study.  33:202-205. 2012
  • Fatal herpes virus type i infection in a newborn.  31:89-91. 2010
  • The predictive value of history and scene investigation for toxicology results in a medical examiner population.  28:103-106. 2007
  • Forensic genetic analysis of insect gut contents.  26:161-165. 2005
  • High urine ethanol and negative blood and vitreous ethanol in a diabetic woman: A case report, retrospective case survey, and review of the literature.  26:96-98. 2005
  • Investigation of elderly deaths in nursing homes by the medical examiner over a year.  25:209-212. 2004
  • Comparison of heart Mass in Seizure Patients Dying of Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy to Sudden Death due to Some Other Cause.  25:23-28. 2004
  • Etiology of Pulmonary Thromboembolism in the Absence of Commonly Recognized Risk Factors.  24:329-333. 2003
  • Diagnosis of sudden unexplained death in epilepsy by immunohistochemical staining for prolactin in cerebral vessels.  24:28-31. 2003
  • Death during theft from electric utilities.  24:173-176. 2003
  • A review of methadone deaths in Jefferson County, Alabama.  23:299-304. 2002
  • Analysis of the incidence of pelvic trauma in fatal automobile accidents.  23:132-136. 2002
  • Case report of sudden death after a blow to the back of the neck.  22:13-18. 2001
  • Report on the 2003 revision of the U.S. Standard Certificate of Death.  22:38-42. 2001
  • Correlation of the incidence of cocaine and cocaethylene in hair and postmortem biologic samples.  21:166-171. 2000
  • A 15-year review of railway-related deaths in Jefferson County, Alabama.  18:363-368. 1997
  • Mind your manners Part I: History of death certification and manner of death classification.  18:219-223. 1997
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0195-7910
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1533-404X