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Traumen bei Unfällen im Luftverkehr

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Unfälle im Flugverkehr weisen einen außerordentlich hohen Prozentsatz an Toten und Schwerverletzten auf neben schwersten Zerstörungen des Materials. Bei der Aufklärung dieser Unfälle haben pathologisch-anatomische Untersuchungen wertvolle Mitarbeit geleistet und oft durch genaue Obduktion in Verbindung mit anschließenden histologischen und chemischen Untersuchungen die Ursachegefunden bzw. aufgetretene Verdachtsmomente ausgeschlossen. Gerade bei Flugzeugunfällen hat sich die Zusammenarbeit mehrerer Fachleute, Flugsachverständiger, Pathologen, Gerichtsmediziner und Toxikologen sehr bewährt und zu guten Ergebnissen geführt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Akademie des Sanitäts- und Gesundheitswesens der BundeswehrMünchenDeutschland
  2. 2.Instituts für gerichtliche und Versicherungsmedizin der UniversitätFreiburgDeutschland

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