Study of Pattern & Distribution of Injuries in Fatal Road Traffic Accident Cases Autopsied at MIMS, Mandya
Keywords:Road traffic injuries, head injury, visceral injuries.
Accidents are now one of the major causes of death. The present study was carried out between Jan 2016 to
Dec 2017 at Department of Forensic Medicine, Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences, Mandya, to study the
type of injury, pattern and distribution of injuries, body parts involved, fatal injuries and causes of deaths
noted at the actual autopsy examination of the victim. During the period of study 1013 total autopsies were
conducted, out of which 15 cases were of road traffic accidents.
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