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Drowning

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  • 1. Fig. mechanism of death in wet drowning
  • 2. Fig. mechanism of death in fresh water drowning
  • 3. Fig. mechanism of death in salt water drowning
  • 4. Fig. mechanism of death in dry drowning
  • 5. Fig. mechanism of death in immersion syndrome
  • 6. Therefore typical signs of drowning are absent
  • 7. Fig. Foam cap
  • 8. Fig. Foam cap
  • 9. Fig. Emphysema aquosum
  • 10. Fig. Cut section of lung showing Pulmonary edema
  • 11. Fig. Diatoms
  • 12. Drowning may not produce extensive findings. In fact, in 10 to 15% ofcases, intense laryngospasm may even prevent water from entering thelungs. In the case shown here, a child drowned in a fresh water canal, andsome of the plant material in the water was aspirated into a bronchus
  • 13. Fig. Hemorrhages in the middle ears
  • 14. AFR = African Region; AMR = Americas Region; EMR = Eastern Mediterranean Region; EUR = European Region; SEAR = South-East Asian Region; WPR = WesternPacific Region† Rate per 100 000 people.
  • 15. 6543 Series 12 Series 2 Series 310 Category 1 Category Category Category 2 3 4

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