What is forensic pathology?
Medicine is an applied science which is concerned with the study and treatment of diseases and injuries. In most jurisdictions you need a license to practice it and that license requires years of study to obtain.
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Forensic pathology is a sub branch of medicine that studies human corpses in order to ascertain their causes of death. Reports from forensic...
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Learn about crime scenes. Understand what a crime scene is. Learn what forensic evidence is and what a crime scene investigator does. See crime scene examples.