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Please enter a number between 1 and 2 of 2. Editorial Immersion deaths and drowning: issues arising in the investigation of bodies recovered from water. Original Article The radiographic visibility of the root pulp of the third lower molar as an age marker. Original Article An evidence-based guide to the investigation of sudden unexpected death in infancy.
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Original Article Potentially preventable infant and child deaths identified at autopsy; findings and implications. Original Article Detection of decomposition volatile organic compounds in soil following removal of remains from a surface deposition site. Original Article Optical clearing of the dura mater using glycerol: a reversible process to aid the post-mortem investigation of infant head injury.
Review Subdural hematomas: glutaric aciduria type 1 or abusive head trauma? A systematic review. Case Report Acute hemorrhagic leukoencephalomyelitis in a man with viral myocarditis.
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Case Report A case of suicide by self-injection of adrenaline. Case Report Detection of the source of hemorrhage using postmortem computerized tomographic angiography in a case of a giant juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma after surgical treatment. Technical Report The utilization of incinerated hip and knee prostheses for identification. In , Reiss published the Manuel de Police Scientifique. Burglaries and Homicides , which presents techniques used by the scientific police at the time to investigate, collect, and analyze evidence related to burglaries and homicides.
Reiss held as his goal to publish Volume II. Faux Volume II.
Counterfeits , Volume III. Identification Volume III.
Identification , and Volume IV. Organization of Modern Criminal Police. Unfortunately, his engagement in the ongoing Serbian war throughout the following years prevented him from accomplishing his goal. Countries such as France , Germany, Russia , and Brazil invited Reiss to present at conferences and to help with the development of forensic sciences. Reiss spent three months of in Sao Paulo , Brazil, teaching forensic sciences to police investigation personnel. Then, in , the Serbian government requested Reiss' help in order to investigate the war crimes committed by the armies of Austria-Hungary against the Serbian people.
Reiss responded in such haste that he forgot to advise the University of Lausanne about his departure.
In , the Serbian government requested his services again and, with the support of the university, Reiss returned to Serbia. During Reiss' absence, funding for the Institute of Scientific Police was threatened, as the university wanted to downgrade it. Reiss immediately responded from Serbia and wrote several letters to support the status of the teaching facility. In , Professor Reiss resigned from the University of Lausanne. First, he explained that he had been absent for so long from the university that it would not be fair for his substitutes to be subordinated again.
Second, Reiss' affinity with the Serbian cause conflicted with the neutrality policy of Switzerland.
gravenlitarna.cf Reiss died suddenly in while in Serbia. Reiss contributed to the development of police organizations in Switzerland and in many other countries. Reiss was also one of the participants of the International Congress of Police, which eventually evolved into Interpol. Reiss developed many techniques used by the forensic community to investigate crimes of all kinds.