Limitations of cadaveric organ donation on judicial cases and problems confronted in autopsy: Istanbul data in comparative perspective

Arslan M. N., MELEZ İ. E., Melez D. O., Cavlak M., Gur A.

FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL, vol.237, pp.131-136, 2014 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier


Organ transplantation is one of the most important services of modern medicine to the humanity. In judicial death cases the interaction between judicial needs and transplantation needs is inevitable and both should be provided in a short time before the decomposition of the body. Thus, the description of this interaction and the algorithm which should be carried out to manage these cases are important.