layer-by-layer dissection

layer-by-layer dissection

A technique used in forensic autopsies to assess trauma to the neck or other muscular regions, where muscles are cut at one end and reflected back to identify intramuscular haemorrhage, which may indicate antemortem trauma or strangulation.
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Online Anatomy (AOA), a revolutionary clinical application that allows layer-by-layer dissection of both male and female anatomy through a Web browser.