Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic MedicineYear : 2004, Volume : 26, Issue : 1
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ISSN : 0971-0973.
It too happens: Two unusual case studies
Dr. Sharma Ashok, Senior Specialist, Dr. Sharma V.K., In-charge Toxicology Division, Dr. Satpathy D.K., Director
Medicolegal Institute, Bhopal
A 54 years male admitted to the hospital with history of illness and stomach ache. He died suddenly after 3 days. The autopsy findings were suggestive of fatal injuries. The viscera were found positive for phosphorus.
Second case was 32 years male admitted to the hospital with the history of vomiting, headache, stomach burning and constriction of chest. He expired on second day. The post mortem findings were suggestive of throttling. Viscera were positive for aluminium phosphide.