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MINERVA FORENSIC MEDICINE

Hybrid journal


Quarterly

pISSN 2784-8922

eISSN 2784-8639

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Minerva Medicolegale 2001 September;121(3): 193-9
Three cases of Fahr syndrome: clinical study and evaluation for disability
Lucrezi A., Fels A., Niola M., Buccelli C.

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 December;142(4):58-65
A narrative review of peculiar forensic-pathological applications of scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray analysis (SEM/EDX)
Stefano TAMBUZZI, Guendalina GENTILE, Michele BORACCHI, Riccardo ZOJA *

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 December;142(4):71-7
Multiple sharp force injuries: an unplanned complex suicide or a brutal homicide?
Marco IRMICI, Michele D’ALEO, Guido PELLETTI *, Arianna GIORGETTI, Susi PELOTTI

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 December;142(4):66-70
The first Italian suicide death due to helium inhalation: first histological findings and pathogenesis
Andrea MARZULLO, Federica MELE, Mariagrazia CALVANO *, Mirko LEONARDELLI, Francesco INTRONA

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 December;142(4):55-7
Cognitive biases in the medical-legal assessment of medical malpractice
Michele D’ALEO, Marco IRMICI, Guido PELLETTI *, Francesca INGRAVALLO

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 March;142(1):24-8
Blood transfusion and nursing responsibility: a sentence analysis
Andrea TRENTIN, Yari LONGOBUCCO *, Nikita V. UGENTI, Silvio QUIRINI, Sandra SCALORBI

Minerva Medicolegale 2018 June;138(1-2):1-5
Medico-legal evaluation of patients with klinefelter syndrome aimed at assessing the presence of the clinical criteria required for the granting of civil disability related benefits (law 118/1971)
Emilia GIAMBERSIO, Anna M. VERRASTRO, Antonio M. GIAMBERSIO *

Minerva Medicolegale 2012 March;132(1):21-30
Alcoholism as cause of nullity of canonical marriage: legal-medical analisys of the social phenomenon and discussion of the cases
Veglia O.

Minerva Medicolegale 2008 March;128(1):9-18
Non identifiable subjects for illegible fingerprints: a decisive method of comparison of palmprints (apis) successfully used by the scientific police
Giuliano A.

Minerva Forensic Medicine 2022 March;142(1):1-12
Fetal abduction: historical perspectives, methodology, and motives
Iqra NAEEM, Rana M. MATEEN *, Mureed HUSSAIN, Muhammad S. AFZAL, Asma TARIQ, Muhammad A. SAQIB, Rukhsana PARVEEN

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