Autopsy Report of Sudden Death with Findings of Polyembolokailomania – A Rare Psychiatric Disorder
Keywords:Foreign national, Polyembolokialomania, cardiac rupture, sudden death, acute myocardial infarction, AMI, CR
Internationalization has prompted expanded migration prompting incidents of deaths outside the deceased’s
own nation are on the ascent. The basic assumption being, that the danger during the excursion is more
noteworthy than that present in the normal conditions of the traveler. Many legal formalities comes to play
following demise of a foreign national. The officials of that country, following the death of a foreign national
on foreign soil, conduct a primary investigation. Worldwide, cardiovascular disease is the most frequent
cause of sudden death contributing for about 45-50% cases and acute myocardial infarction (AMI) being
leading entity. We present a case of foreign national, who died while travelling on an intercontinental flight.
This case describes the autopsy findings emphasizing the cardiac rupture, along with accidental finding of
rare psychiatric disorder polyembolokialomania.
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