International Meeting on Forensic Medicine. Bled, SVN, 1998/06/04.
The role of interdisciplinary diagnostic ramification in medicine is to offer correct and accurate diagnosis in difficult cases and, at the same time illuminating the clinico-morphological features of a disease.
Forensic implications of pathology, constituting the backbone of precise diagnosis, are a unique profile of true co-operation.
In light of additional information, forensic diagnosis incorporated in the field of pathology enhances the basic knowledge of this branch of medicine, clarifies the nature of anatomic changes, and solves unpredictable or even puzzling phenomena.
Although there are widely experienced doctors in both specialities, they cannot be experts in all differentiated areas of professional work, the basic goal of which is to establish a precise diagnosis.
The efforts of transmitting the knowledge beyond borderline areas to another speciality extends the goals of these professions, fulfilling the main ideas of medicine to be broad and specific at the same time and bringing controversial ideas close to the same denominator.
Mots-clés Pascal : Anatomopathologie, Homme, Mâle, Médecine légale, Multidisciplinaire, Médecine, Aspect médicolégal
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Pathology, Human, Male, Legal medicine, Multidisciplinary, Medicine, Forensic aspect
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