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Forensic Veterinary Medicine

By Nantarika Chansue

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Forensic veterinary medicine can be considered as being the interface between forensic science and veterinary medicine. Since the subject covers both aspects of forensics and veterinary medicine, an interdisciplinary approach with co-operation between veterinarians and forensic scientists is essential in order to successfully tackle casework and produce research results. Due to the similarity of physiological processes and anatomical findings, forensic veterinary medicine is closely linked to human forensic pathology. Thus, a forensic veterinary team will consist of at least one veterinarian and one human forensic pathologist. There are a number of specific sub

Year: 2016
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