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THE SPECIALIZATION OF THE AD HOC EXPERT IN LIGHT OF BRAZILIAN LEGISLATION

Sami El Jundi, Alessandra Pisoni


This article is an integrative review of the procedural rules applicable to the work of the medical expert in the civil sphere, with emphasis on the necessary specialization of the ad hoc expert in civil liability suits.

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EXPERT IMPASSE: BURNOUT, PSEUDOSCIENCE INCORPORATED IN ICD 11 BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

Estevam Vaz de Lima


The author reviews the concept of burnout, examines the implications of its new definition in ICD 11 and points out problems related to MBI, concluding that its inclusion in ICD 11 represents the insertion of pseudoscience in the global disease classification.

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VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: A STUDY ON THE PATRIARCHY ROOTED IN FAMILY STRUCTURES

Fabiana Dias Mol, Luciana de Paula Lima Gazzola


Violence is considered one of the forms of violation of human rights and occurs, in a very trivial way, in female bodies. This work aims to attest if there is an influence of patriarchy, rooted in family structures, in the cases of violence against women.

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WEAKNESSES IN UNDERSTANDING THE TYPIFICATION OF SEX CRIMES AND ITS REFLECTIONS ON NOTIFICATIONS OF VULNERABLE RAPE

Flávia Danielle Amaral de Brito


There are obvious gaps in distinguishing the specificities of sexual crimes by health professionals. Qualifying notifications is a basic and urgent measure.

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MEDICAL ERROR IN PEDIATRICS AND THE COMPENSATION QUANTUS

Werther Brunow de Carvalho, Camila Lúcia Dedivitis Tiossi Wild


The study analyzed 60 cases of medical error in pediatrics, highlighting the prevalence of deaths and the diversity in judicial decisions on compensation for moral and material damages. The results showed disagreements between expert reports and court decisions.

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MEDICAL ADVERTISING ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND ITS INFLUENCE ON CIVIL RESPONSIBILITY

Renato de Assis Pinheiro


Medical advertising on social media and its influence on medical civil responsibility.

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THE MEDICAL EXPERTISE AS JUSTICE ASSISTANT IN CIVIL, CRIMINAL AND LABOR PROCEEDINGS

JOAO CARLOS D' ELIA


Bodily damage depends on the means or agent that caused it. It evolves depending on comorbidities, therapeutic procedures and the possibility of recovery. The expert assessment of bodily damage requires training in medicine since it requires knowledge of the etiopathogenesis and therapies for morbidities.

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FROM A BIBLIOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE, INFORMED CONSENT’S IMPACT ON KNOWLEDGE DISSEMINATION

Avinash J. Pujari, Bidhan Dolai


The exact goals of the bibliometric analysis are described in the abstract. These goals include looking at the cross-correlation matrix of citation counts between various journals, gauging academic community prominence and research interests, looking at shifting trends in topic frequency and significance, and visualising the outcomes of each analysis.

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KINESIOLOGICAL EXPERTISE –  A TECHNICAL-SCIENTIFIC IMPOSSIBILITY

Marcos Antonio Alvarez


The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that kinesiological expert analysis, also called kinesiofunctional or physiotherapy expert evaluation is based on scientifically false premises, and therefore has no doctrinal basis to sustain it, being therefore unable to achieve its goals

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METHOD VALIDATION FOR QUANTIFICATION OF CARBAMAZEPINE IN FINGERPRINTS DEPOSITED ON GLASS COVER SLIPS

Isadora Ritter Müller, Lilian de Lima Feltraco Lizot, Rafael Linden


Validation of a method for quantifying carbamazepine in fingerprint samples deposited on glass cover slips.

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE RESULTS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE – BEFORE AND DURING.

Guilherme Tertuliano Silva Macedo


The text addresses sexual violence in society, its consequences on health and the possible change in the profile of this crime during the pandemic, through the analysis of reports from Instituto Médico Legal Estácio de Lima and Hospital da Mulher Dr. Nise da Silveira, in Maceió/AL.

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PROCEDURAL ERROR IN AUTOPSIES POST HANGING AND STRANGLING IN A MEDICO-LEGAL INSTITUTE IN ALAGOAS, BRAZIL, IN 2018 AND 2019

Gabriel Lessa de Souza Maia, Hermann Silva Brito Lima Buarque de Gusmão, Alberto Marques de Oliveira Filho, Thierry de Lima Almeida Reis


Wrong autopsy technique. Hanging and strangling cases.

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