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Drowning

  1. 1. Fig. mechanism of death in wet drowning
  2. 2. Fig. mechanism of death in fresh water drowning
  3. 3. Fig. mechanism of death in salt water drowning
  4. 4. Fig. mechanism of death in dry drowning
  5. 5. Fig. mechanism of death in immersion syndrome
  6. 6. Therefore typical signs of drowning are absent
  7. 7. Fig. Foam cap
  8. 8. Fig. Foam cap
  9. 9. Fig. Emphysema aquosum
  10. 10. Fig. Cut section of lung showing Pulmonary edema
  11. 11. Fig. Diatoms
  12. 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. 13. Fig. Hemorrhages in the middle ears
  14. 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. 15. 6543 Series 12 Series 2 Series 310 Category 1 Category Category Category 2 3 4

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