Volume 22, Issue 2 (April 1977)
A Review of Autopsy
This book discusses the performance of an autopsy with the range of techniques varying from those appropriate for a death resulting from carcinoma of the lung to those appropriate for examination of the intact arterial system from the heart to the brain. The most unique aspect of the book is the use of numerous photographs to illustrate the techniques described in the text. There are 178 black and white photographs with the vast majority of these being of excellent quality.