By John E. Cooper, Margaret E. Cooper
Chapter 1 what's Forensic drugs? (pages 1–10):
Chapter 2 distinctive good points of Veterinary and Comparative Forensic medication (pages 10–42):
Chapter three significance and alertness of Animal legislation (pages 42–61):
Chapter four Animal Welfare (pages 61–85):
Chapter five Conservation and flora and fauna Crime (pages 85–113):
Chapter 6 scientific paintings (pages 115–168):
Chapter 7 Pathology and Post?Mortem Examinations (pages 168–225):
Chapter eight Laboratory Investigations (pages 225–241):
Chapter nine website Visits, Fieldwork and selection of proof (pages 241–261):
Chapter 10 Record?Keeping and Collation and research of Findings (pages 261–276):
Chapter eleven garage, Labelling and Presentation of fabric (pages 276–285):
Chapter 12 Serving as knowledgeable and showing in court docket (pages 285–304):
Chapter thirteen the long run (pages 304–313):
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G. chlamydophilosis (ornithosis or psittacosis). This situation can engender much debate in legal cases. g. Salmonella bacteria, may be acquired by humans from various other species – including people! g. Pseudomonas bacteria contracted from water and soil. g. , 2004). 3 Some examples of zoonoses. Species Zoonosis Farm livestock (cattle, sheep, goats, pigs) Rabies Hydatidosis Salmonellosis Brucellosis Tuberculosis Leptospirosis Campylobacteriosis Anthrax Q fever Escherichia coli 0157 infection Dogs Cats Rabies Ringworm Toxocariasis Leptospirosis Streptococcosis Leishmaniasis Toxoplasmosis Pasteurellosis Cat-scratch fever Ringworm Rodents Lymphocytic (LCM) Rat-bite fever choriomeningitis Monkeys and apes Shigellosis Herpesvirus simiae (B virus) infection Birds Chlamydophilosis Yersiniosis Avian inﬂuenza Reptiles Salmonellosis Atypical mycobacteriosis Fish Erysipelothrix insidiosa infection Listeriosis Mycobacteriosis health arena.
There are four main areas in which veterinarians may become involved as an expert witness: (1) Assessment of welfare (pain, discomfort or distress), including provision of an opinion as to whether an animal may be ‘suffering’ or has ‘suffered’ in the past. This is a complex ﬁeld (see Chapter 5). (2) Determination of the cause, time and circumstances of death of an animal, together with associated investigations such as recognition and interpretation of changes in tissues, detection of poisons and identiﬁcation of parasites (see Chapters 7 and 8).
Increasingly, in Africa in particular, attacks result from closer contact between humans and wildlife and the ensuing competition for land and resources (see also Chapter 5). It is easy for this situation to be dismissed as irrelevant by those living in industrialised countries, but for millions in rural communities in poorer parts of the world it is an everyday threat to health and livelihood. , 2005). Rarely is there proper redress for such incidents. Any attack or insult inﬂ icted on a human by an animal may be claimed to have affected physical or mental health and attract the attention of personal injury lawyers or ‘claims consultants’, quite apart from any contraventions of criminal law.
Introduction to Veterinary and Comparative Forensic Medicine by John E. Cooper, Margaret E. Cooper