(Received 29 September 1994; accepted 28 November 1994)
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Postmortem rodent activity is a potential source of confounding marks for forensic pathologists when unmasking criminal activity. It might also be that something innocent could be masquerading an “end result” of rodent disturbance. A chronic skin lesion which proved to be a “pseudo-rodent” artefact is briefly communicated and supplements an earlier published article on artefact in forensic medicine.
Senior Lecturer in Forensic Medicine, UMDS Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospitals, University of London, London,
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