AGOSTINHO JOSÉ DE SOUZA LIMA AND THE TEACHING OF LEGAL MEDICINE
Daniel Turl Braga, Cristina Espindola Sedlmaier, Daniel Pinheiro Hernandez
Legal Medicine and it’s teaching at Brasil constitute a peculiar chapter in Medical History. This article aims to establish the role of Doctor Agostinho José de Souza Lima on the constitution of Brazilian Legal Medicine.
AVOIDABLE DEATHS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON CLINICAL DIAGNOSTIC DISAGREEMENTS AND AFTER AUTOPSIES
Yuri.Franco Trunckle, Carmen Silvia Molleis Galego Miziara, Daniel Romero Munoz, Ivan Dieb Miziara, Ingryd Maturo Andreazzi
Avoidable deaths are those totally or partially preventable by the health service. This study aims to correlate the clinical and pathological diagnoses obtained through the analysis of studies already carried out in the literature, in order to determine the frequency with which the necropsy reveals unexpected diagnoses.
EMPLOYEES HEALTH TREATMENT LICENSES IN THE 2015-2017 TRIENNIAL AT THE FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SANTA MARIA, RS/ BRAZIL
Liliani Mathias Brum, Jonas Severino Costella, Manuela Nunes Riesgo, Dara Christy Werle Mentegs
This study aimed to analyze the main causes of leave of absence from the work of UFSM employees, in the 2015-2017 triennium.
VIRTOPSY: TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN LEGAL MEDICINE, FORENSIC MEDICINE AND MEDICAL EXPERTISE
In recent decades there has been an important advance in forensic medicine as the emergence of virtopsy, a technique in forensic radiology which uses radiological images in three dimensions. The objective of this study is to conduct a literature review on virtopsy and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of CT and MRI usage.