By Jay Dix
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4. Thoracotomy These are large incisions made into the sides of the chest, usually on the left side below the nipple. They are made in an attempt to remove blood and pump the heart manually. 5. Laparotomy An incision into the abdominal cavity to check for blood and injuries. 6. Foley catheter A tube to empty the bladder. 7. Abrasions from electrocardioversion (shock) 8. Sternotomy An incision into the chest and then through the sternum to get to the heart. 9. Contusions from chest compressions 10.
For example, if only a few pieces of a body are located in a burned-out house, an identiﬁcation cannot be made based on any scientiﬁc testing. However, if the owner of the house was last seen in the house, and if there is no reason to believe the remains are those of some other person, a presumptive identiﬁcation of the owner can still be made. ©1999 CRC Press LLC 7 Crime Scene Evidence Collection Scene Investigation Crime scene technicians, a medical examiner or investigator, and law enforcement detectives all take part in examining the scene for clues.
Skeletonization — may take weeks or months depending on the environment. Many bodies are discovered in partial skeletonization. 9. Bodies may be more decomposed in areas where there are injuries because larvae are attracted to blood and they cause decomposition to occur more quickly. ©1999 CRC Press LLC Adipocere (ad-i-po-ser) Fat tissue beneath the skin begins to saponify (turn into soap). This hardening, which takes a minimum of a few weeks to develop, will keep the body in a relatively preserved state for many months.
Handbook for Death Scene Investigators by Jay Dix