Published Online: 1 January 1982
Page Count: 4
Deputy medical examiner, Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, District of Columbia, Washington, DC
(Received 20 March 1981; accepted 6 May 1981)
Gunshot entrance wounds may be markedly atypical when an intermediate object alters the behavior of a projectile. There may be confusion about weapon caliber, weapon type, and range of fire. A case demonstrating the effects of an intermediate glass target on a wound is presented.
Paper ID: JFS11467J