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Would you like to be Medical
Detective? - the challenges and
prospects, myths and realities

Dr. Adarsh Kumar
Commonwealth...
INSPIRE-Innovation in Sc
Pursuit for Inspired Research

Today Guruwar
20 Feb 2014
Alfred Hitchcock- Film Director
Suspense, thriller movies
Famous Novelist
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1887)
Scottish author & physician
Famous fictional character
Sherlock Holmes
Holme...
“It is an old maxim of mine
that when you have
excluded the impossible,
whatever remains,
however improbable,
must be trut...
What is Forensics?
Appln of scientific knowledge
for purpose of admn of Law
Extremely Challenging
Forensic Medicine
(Medical Detective)
Application of med & paramedical
knowledge
admn of law
Dead body is
extremely eloquent
and honestly informative, if one
exercises patience in listening to it
Exhumation
Sc. Visits- RSM, London UK
Sc. Visits- RSM, London UK
Convetnional- Work at Mortuary
PM ExamHow it is done?
Forensics- huge
potential for research
India>50% mortuaries
25-30%
222325
Ideal? Morgue Trolley- detachable
Autopsy Hall-Daylight, Transmitter,Mike
Water supply –C&W with proper drainage
Viewing Area with AV appliances
Autopsy Instruments
Autopsy Instruments
Autopsy Instruments
Evidence Collection Boxes &Kits
Autopsy knife with blades
Autopsy knife with blades
Protective-3G:Gowns, Gum boots, Gears
Forensic
Anthropology
Nithari Killings,
Noida
Dactylography- greatest
discovery from India
Two Police Const
Kolkata,1882
Aziz Ul-Haq & Bose
16 Points- 4 types
just like...
CSICrime Scene Investigation
Forensic Biology- blood, biological
materials
Forensic Serology- biological stains
Forensic Biotechnology
e.g. DNA Profiling
Forensic Biochemistryvarious body fluids
Forensic Entomology

Arthropods
Insects
Time since
death
Thanatology
FIREARM INJURIES- captivating
BUT extremely diff. to interpret
Forensic Ballistics
Forensic Odontology
Forensic Engineering
reconstruction of accidents
Forensic ToxicologyDrug Abuse
Snakes

Scorpion
Forensic Psychology
Brain mapping
Lie detection
Narco-analysis
Questioned Documents
Forgery, Handwriting, Suicide Note
White collar crimes
Fraud

Fake currency
Cyber forensics
Hacking
Identity Theft
Credit Card
Few words of
wisdom
If u fail, never give up
FAIL
1st attempt in
learning
End is not the end, in fact
END
Effort never die...
Few things to
remember

Study

Understand

Learning
Connect to Concept
Few things to
remember
Choice ╬ Chance
Follow your passion
Inspire ≈ Motivated
Success?
Making an impact on others
Influen...
Cambridge- Famous ‘Apple tree’
Cambridge- by night
Dr/Scientist Impartial Witness
“If the law has made you a witness,
remain a man of science.
You have no victim to avenge,
...
Any query?
Further Commn

dradarshk@yahoo.com
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  1. 1. Would you like to be Medical Detective? - the challenges and prospects, myths and realities Dr. Adarsh Kumar Commonwealth Fellow, Scotland, UK Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine, UK Additional Prof., Forensic Med. & Tox. Faculty I/c Medical Records Section & Medical Social Welfare Unit(JPNATC) AIIMS, New Delhi Member – International Academy Leg Med -Canadian Society of Forensic Sciences -British Association in Forensic Medicine Visiting Faculty-Cambridge, UK
  2. 2. INSPIRE-Innovation in Sc Pursuit for Inspired Research Today Guruwar 20 Feb 2014
  3. 3. Alfred Hitchcock- Film Director Suspense, thriller movies
  4. 4. Famous Novelist Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1887) Scottish author & physician Famous fictional character Sherlock Holmes Holmes is famous for his -astute logical reasoning, -ability to adopt almost any disguise, -use of forensic science skills to solve difficult cases.
  5. 5. “It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be truth” Quote from Sherlock Holmes Arushi Hemraj Murder case
  6. 6. What is Forensics? Appln of scientific knowledge for purpose of admn of Law Extremely Challenging
  7. 7. Forensic Medicine (Medical Detective) Application of med & paramedical knowledge admn of law
  8. 8. Dead body is extremely eloquent and honestly informative, if one exercises patience in listening to it
  9. 9. Exhumation
  10. 10. Sc. Visits- RSM, London UK
  11. 11. Sc. Visits- RSM, London UK
  12. 12. Convetnional- Work at Mortuary
  13. 13. PM ExamHow it is done?
  14. 14. Forensics- huge potential for research
  15. 15. India>50% mortuaries
  16. 16. 25-30% 222325
  17. 17. Ideal? Morgue Trolley- detachable
  18. 18. Autopsy Hall-Daylight, Transmitter,Mike Water supply –C&W with proper drainage
  19. 19. Viewing Area with AV appliances
  20. 20. Autopsy Instruments
  21. 21. Autopsy Instruments
  22. 22. Autopsy Instruments
  23. 23. Evidence Collection Boxes &Kits
  24. 24. Autopsy knife with blades
  25. 25. Autopsy knife with blades
  26. 26. Protective-3G:Gowns, Gum boots, Gears
  27. 27. Forensic Anthropology
  28. 28. Nithari Killings, Noida
  29. 29. Dactylography- greatest discovery from India Two Police Const Kolkata,1882 Aziz Ul-Haq & Bose 16 Points- 4 types just like 26 alpha in English UNIQUE FBI, USA -largest database
  30. 30. CSICrime Scene Investigation
  31. 31. Forensic Biology- blood, biological materials
  32. 32. Forensic Serology- biological stains
  33. 33. Forensic Biotechnology e.g. DNA Profiling
  34. 34. Forensic Biochemistryvarious body fluids
  35. 35. Forensic Entomology Arthropods Insects Time since death Thanatology
  36. 36. FIREARM INJURIES- captivating BUT extremely diff. to interpret
  37. 37. Forensic Ballistics
  38. 38. Forensic Odontology
  39. 39. Forensic Engineering reconstruction of accidents
  40. 40. Forensic ToxicologyDrug Abuse
  41. 41. Snakes Scorpion
  42. 42. Forensic Psychology Brain mapping Lie detection Narco-analysis
  43. 43. Questioned Documents Forgery, Handwriting, Suicide Note
  44. 44. White collar crimes Fraud Fake currency
  45. 45. Cyber forensics Hacking Identity Theft Credit Card
  46. 46. Few words of wisdom If u fail, never give up FAIL 1st attempt in learning End is not the end, in fact END Effort never dies If u get No as an answer Remember NO Next Opportunity
  47. 47. Few things to remember Study Understand Learning Connect to Concept
  48. 48. Few things to remember Choice ╬ Chance Follow your passion Inspire ≈ Motivated Success? Making an impact on others Influence others
  49. 49. Cambridge- Famous ‘Apple tree’
  50. 50. Cambridge- by night
  51. 51. Dr/Scientist Impartial Witness “If the law has made you a witness, remain a man of science. You have no victim to avenge, no guilty or innocent person to convict or save — you must bear testimony within the limits of science.” — Dr. P.C.H. Brouardel 19th Century French Medico-legalist
  52. 52. Any query? Further Commn dradarshk@yahoo.com

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