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Forensic Medical Aspects of Terrorist Explosive Attacks


Forensic Medical Aspects of Terrorist Explosive Attacks

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    Hemamal Jayawardena
If there is one thing that a small developing country such as Sri Lanka can share with the scientific and medical world, it is the vast experience it has on terrorist explosions and other injuries associated with acts of terrorism. In the past year alone more than 3000 people are reported to have died of this war. Hemamal Jayawardena's 'Terrorist/Rebel Explosive Attacks and Other Explosions: Some Forensic Medical Aspects' is a mini encyclopedia detailing terrorist explosions and their effects on the human body in guerrilla warfare. Jayawardena skillfully conveys his experience as a forensic medical practitioner in a country that is unfortunately trapped in a civil war that no one wanted, for 3 decades. This book would be useful reading material, not only for doctors trained in forensic medicine but to all professionals interested in this subject area. For practitioners of forensics, it would probably be essential reading in the years to come. Priyantha Ranaweera, MBBS, FRACP, FCSANZ. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts  
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  • PDF | 64 pages
  • Hemamal Jayawardena
  • Zeilan Press
  • Unknown
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  • Politics Social Sciences
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