lightning mark

An arborescent charring of skin, caused by high voltage electricity—lightning and hydroelectric generators—which may be seen in victims of fatal or non-fatal electrocution
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lightning mark

Forensic pathology An arborescent charring of skin, caused by high voltage electricity–lightning and hydroelectric generators, which may be seen in victims of electrocution.
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