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Department of Forensic Medicine and Medical Ethics

 
Subject Department of Forensic Medicine and Medical Ethic
Staff
 Professor Hiroshi Ikegaya
 
Associate Professor   Kaori Shintani
Lecturer               Nozomi Idota
Assistant Professor    Hiroaki Ichioka
Assistant Professor    Ayumu Yamada
 
Research Contents
 
1.Geographical identification of unidentified cadaver.
2.Age estimation of cadavers based on prostate-specific antigen.
3.Forensic drug analysis.
4.Research on impaired thermoregulation.
5. Research on sudden cardiac death (histopathology, molecular pathophysiology, molecular imaging).
6.Research on the work management at forensic medicine departments.
7.Survey on liver diseases at the northern part of Kyoto.
8.The relationship between age and bone area ratio of the dead body.
9.Age at death estimation of cadavers based on visual parameters of the skin.
10. Diagnosis of sudden death using by intracardiac/intravasucular finding from postmortem computed tomography.
11.Analysis of dental chart recording in forensic autopsy cases.

 

Achievements
1.Idota N, Nakamura M, Tsuboi H, Ichioka H, Shintani-Ishida K, Ikegaya H.
Autoerotic asphyxia using a plastic bag loosely covering the head over a gas mask.
Legal Med. 38:69-72(2019)
 
2.Tojo M, Shintani-Ishida K, Tsuboi H, Nakamura M, Idota N, Ikegaya H.
Postmortem plasma pentraxin 3 is a useful marker of fatal acute coronary syndrome.
Sci Rep. 9:8090 (2019).  doi: 10.1038/s41598-019-44472-0.
 
3.Tsuboi H, Yokota I, Miyamori D, Akasaka Y, Yamada A, Ikegaya H.
Age estimation based on visual parameters of the skin of cadavers.
Skin Research & Technology. Doi:10.1111/srt.12683(2019).
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602-8566 Kyoto-shi, Kamigyo-ku Kajii-cho,
Kawaramachi-Hirokoji, JAPAN

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