One Case of Severe Head Injury Secondary to Multiple Organ Failure

Journal: Journal of Clinical Medicine Research DOI: 10.32629/jcmr.v1i1.109

Dawei Jiang, Li Kang

Fujian Hengzheng Forensic Laboratory


To investigate the cause of death of the identified person, the causation between injury and disease was analyzed. This appraisal uses the forensic pathology examination method and unifies the medical record data to carry on the autopsy and the pathology examination for the patients. Through identification, it is considered that the identified person died of severe craniocerebral injury, thoracolumbar vertebra fracture and secondary multiple organ failure due to traffic accident.


severe head injury, forensic pathology, cause of death identification


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