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  1. Letter to the Editor

    Loss of fingerprints: forensic implications

    Fingerprints have been successfully used for identification purposes for more than a century and remained one of the most commonly recovered evidence at the scene of crime. Due to their uniqueness and individu...

    Tanuj Kanchan and Kewal Krishan

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:19

    Published on: 12 February 2018

  2. Original Article

    The opinions of senior nursing students about forensic nursing

    Today, the increasing number of crime and violence cases is defined as a universal health problem and nurses are the first healthcare personnel to encounter victims and offenders in hospitals, emergency units,...

    Emine Tuğba Topçu and Ebru Erek Kazan

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:16

    Published on: 7 February 2018

  3. Original Article

    Analysis of opioids in postmortem urine samples by dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction and high performance liquid chromatography with photo diode array detection

    Opioids abuse and related deaths are increasing in the world. Therefore, the design of new analytical methods for detection of opioids in biological samples is necessary for clinical and forensic settings.

    Elham Alahyari, Mehrdad Setareh, Ahmad Shekari, Gholamreza Roozbehani and Kambiz Soltaninejad

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:13

    Published on: 2 February 2018

  4. Original Article

    Detection of short tandem repeats at 5 loci and amelogenin with cell-free fetal DNA as a specimen in the development of prenatal paternity diagnostic tests

    A prenatal paternity test is one widely-used method of determining the paternity of an unborn child. Such tests using chorionic villus or amniocentesis may increase the risk of harm to both mother and foetus. ...

    Agung Sosiawan, Dadik Raharjo, Indah Nuraini, Nadia Kartikasari, Alexander Patera Nugraha and Muhammad Dimas Aditya Ari

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:15

    Published on: 2 February 2018

  5. Case Report

    Nephrotoxicity in krait bite: a rare case series of three fatalities in consecutive bites by a single snake

    Death due to poisonous snakebite is a formidable health hazard. It is a matter of concern especially in agrarian countries. Clinically snakebite envenomation are neurotoxic and vasculotoxic. Krait (Bungarus facia...

    Naren Sarkar, Souvik Basu, Preeti Chandra, Soumeek Chowdhuri and Partha Pratim Mukhopadhyay

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:12

    Published on: 29 January 2018

  6. Original Article

    Death in detention in Sousse, Tunisia: a 10-year autopsy study

    Mortality rates and causes of death of the detainees are hence different from those of the general population and there also vary according to regions and countries.

    Maher Jedidi, Mohamed Chérif El khal, Souheil Mlayeh, Mohamed Mahjoub, Zied Mezgar, Tasnim Masmoudi, Mohamed Ben Dhiab, Majed Zemni and Mohamed Kamel Souguir

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:10

    Published on: 29 January 2018

  7. Correction

    Correction to: A medicolegal study of domestic violence in south region of Jordan

    The images in this article (Al-Hawari & El-Banna 2017) have been obscured because they were deemed not suitable for publication in the journal under an open access Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Internationa...

    Hasan Al-Hawari and Asmaa El-Banna

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:11

    Published on: 29 January 2018

    The original article was published in Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2017 7:5

  8. Original Article

    Monosodium glutamate affects cognitive functions in male albino rats

    Monosodium Glutamate is a silent toxin in our food, especially our kids’ food. Some of the products in the market contain MSG in a level exceed the European limit.

    Wafaa M. Abdel Moneim, Heba A. Yassa, Rania A. Makboul and Nada A. Mohamed

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:9

    Published on: 26 January 2018

  9. Original Article

    Trends and determinants of suicide in Warangal District Telangana, India: six years retrospective study based on secondary data

    Suicide is a major public health concern resulting in premature deaths. The six years (2010–2015) retrospective study on suicide cases reported at a tertiary care center of Warangal district, Telangana, India ...

    Suchita Rawat, Pooran Chand Joshi, Maroof Ahmad Khan and Kallur Nava Saraswathy

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:8

    Published on: 25 January 2018

  10. Original Article

    Assessment of Hematotoxicity and Genotoxicity among paint Workers in Assiut Governorate: a case control study

    Occupational exposures to hazardous chemicals in paints cause serious health hazards in painters. The present study was designed to evaluate the possibility of hematotoxic and genotoxic effects of paint chemic...

    Nahed Abdel Maksoud, Khaled Abdel Aal, Nagwa Ghandour, Mona El-Baz and Eman Shaltout

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:6

    Published on: 23 January 2018

  11. Original Article

    Unsolved questions and preferred solution about living will

    Ethical problems about end-of-life medicine include a variety of issues approached in different ways by physicians and, more recently, special emphasis to this kind of ethical issues and possible answers has d...

    Antonina Argo, Tommaso D’Anna, Antonietta Lanzarone and Luciano Sesta

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:5

    Published on: 20 January 2018

  12. Original Article

    Medico legal procedures related to sexual assault: a 10-year retrospective experience of a Daphne protocol application

    Sexual assault is a worldwide problem that has not yet been sufficiently acknowledged as confirmed by the literature. Italian law n.96, 1996, foreseeing norms regarding rape and sexual abuse, finally gave sign...

    S. Zerbo, L. Milone, E. Scalici, S. Procaccianti, R. Nardello, E. Ventura Spagnolo, D. Piscionieri and Antonina Argo

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:4

    Published on: 19 January 2018

  13. Original Article

    Suicidal deaths by burns in females of reproductive age: 2 yr study

    In India, deaths related to burns are more common in women than in men. Fire is easily available weapon used by female for suicide. Most burns happen in low- and middle-income countries.

    Shashikant Vithobaji Dhoble, Rajesh Chandrabhan Dere, Arun Kumar Jaiswani and Ramesh Rangrao Savardekar

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2018 8:3

    Published on: 9 January 2018

  14. Original Article

    Potential use of GAPDH m-RNA in estimating PMI in brain tissue of albino rats at different environmental conditions

    Estimation of the postmortem interval (PMI) is a critical issue in forensic science. Various approaches have been used to determine the PMI including physical, biochemical and entomological methods. Most of th...

    Hoda Abdelmagid Elghamry, Marwa Issak Mohamed, Fatma Mohamed Hassan, Dina Sabry Abdelfattah and Aly Gamaleldin Abdelaal

    Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2017 7:24

    Published on: 27 December 2017

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