Posts com a tag medicina legal

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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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Literature review

ANALYSIS OF SEXUAL CRIMES COMMITTED IN THE STATE OF CEARÁ BETWEEN JANUARY 2020 AND JULY 2022

Carolina de Paiva Farias, Ana Manuela Diógenes Teixeira, Cristina Vasconcelos Linheiro, Rebeca Falcão Lopes Mourão, Silvia Barbosa Benevides


In Ceará, children and adolescents represent the main victims of sexual crimes. Analysis of crimes of sexual violence in Ceará, during the period from January 2020 to July 2022.

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Original Article

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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Literature review

THE ROLE OF LEGAL MEDICINE OFFICIAL CRITERIA IN THE PREVENTION OF TORTURE

Marcela Sena Braga, Larissa Yano Souza Martins, Luiz Felipe Guimarães Gualberto Moreira, Felipe Peixoto Lasmar, Fernando Alves Esbérard Leite


The role of Legal Medicine towards victims of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment is essential because it seeks to bring symbolic reparation, in addition to contributing to society, trough the guarantee of truth, justice, memory and prevention of new episodes. The official requirements must be reformulated in order to contemplate the investigation of events and enable the creation of public policies.

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Original Article

VALUATION OF AESTHETIC DAMAGE IN THE SCOPE OF BRAZILIAN CIVIL LAW

Ivan Dieb Miziara, Renata Yumi Lima Konichi, Raísa Kyn Fujisawa


New table proposal for valuing aesthetic damage. A literature review of aesthetic damage.

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Case study

DEATH BY STROKE IN A SUSPECTED RAPE VICTIM: A CASE REPORT

Lucas Ximenes Silveira, Ramon Bezerra Mesquita, Déborah Nogueira Vasconcelos, Leonardo Mesquita Costa, Victor Luís Cavalcanti Dias, Thaís Helena Holanda Viana, Vivian Romero Santiago, Hanna Bento Soares


Rape is considered a heinous crime and very recurrent in the Brazilian conjuncture. Thus, it is necessary to perform forensic sexology, through the examination of the corpus delicti, in order to evidence evidence of the crime.

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Literature review

MONKEYPOX AND ITS POSSIBLE MEDICAL AND LEGAL CONSEQUENCES

Carmen Silvia Molleis Galego Miziara, Carlos Henri Gomes Filho


Monkeypox is a disease caused by a virus of the genus Orthopoxvirus of the Poxviridae family, transmitted from animals to humans or between humans. On July 23, 2022, the WHO designated Monkeypox as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The consequences of this virus are of medico-legal interest.

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Literature review

MEDICAL EXPERTISE AND CONDUCTS ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE: A FORENSIC AND EPIDEMIOLOGIC APPROACH

Enzo Pacelli Santos Fonseca, Cynara Silde Mesquita Veloso


Epidemiological data on Sexual Violence and the impact of medical conducts on the bio psychosocial health of victims of sexual violence in Brazil.

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Original Article

PROFILE OF POST-GRADUATES IN LEGAL AND FORENSIC MEDICINE FROM MEDICAL COLLEGES IN SÃO PAULO

Victor Abadio


The present work intends to outline the profile of physicians graduated from post-graduation specialization courses in Legal and Forensic Medicine in São Paulo

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