Sharp Force Injuries and Authorship

detroit'sdailydocket

May 21 2021 • 1 hr 3 mins

It's better than a sharp stick in the eye.

On a very basic level, sharp force injuries are caused by weapons with at least one cutting edge, and the most commonly seen injuries are stab wounds and incised wounds.  What is the distinction between the two?  Do the injuries provide you with clues to the weapon that was used?  Listen to our doctors as they explore this area of forensic pathology.

In the second part of this episode, we introduce you to Dr. Patrick Hansma.  Dr. Hansma is no stranger to the Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office.   Follow along with us as we learn about drives him and his passions.  Dr. Hansma also speaks about his adventures in authorship with this first book, The Grave Below.

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