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Veterinary Forensics

Identifying Signs of Animal Abuse

Animal abuse diagnoses can be challenging, but being able to identify potential signs of abuse enables veterinarians to better serve their patients and clients.

There are plentiful resources for identifying and diagnosing animal abuse and neglect in order to better your patient’s life as soon as possible.

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Role of the Veterinary Pathologist in Veterinary Forensic Investigations

Veterinary pathologists must be scientific and objective in gathering forensic evidence since it could potentially be used in future court proceedings.

Veterinary pathologists must be scientific and objective in gathering forensic evidence since it could potentially be used in future court proceedings.

The Veterinarian as Medical Examiner

Ernest Rogers, DVM, PhD, and Adam W. Stern, DVM, CMI (IV), CFC, Diplomate ACVP Investigation of cause, mechanism, and manner of death are determined by a medical examiner or forensic investigator through the necropsy examination. This article presents an overview of the medical examiner’s role and the steps involved in a veterinary medical necropsy, including …

The Veterinarian as Crime Scene Investigator

Ernest Rogers, DVM, PhD Welcome to the world of forensic medicine. Learn about the role a veterinarian fulfills when it comes to gathering evidence and evaluating a crime scene in cases related to crimes against animals. The popularity of television shows, such as CSI and Law & Order, have significantly increased interest in forensic science …

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