Rakhmonov T.R., Rakhimov A.Zh., Tarakul A.

The course of forensic medical examination TIPGPMP

The article contains results of injuries on four corpses of people at the age of 22 to 70 age, caused to the national instruments of labor produced artisanal — tesha. The attack does concave and direct blades. Just suffered 12 strokes, 8 of them on the head, 2 in the facial area, 2 in the back surface of the right hand. Concave blade coated with a 7 hits, direct — 5. After hitting measured the thickness of the soft tissue of the head and bones of the skull on average, the Department of wounds and/or a cut in the cases of penetration of the blade into the cranial cavity. Damage studied macro- and stereomicroscopically, photographed and put on the outline scheme. It is established that in the area of damage to the thickness of the skin ranged from 0,1 to 0,3cm, soft tissues of 0,1-0,2 cm bones of cranial fornix — 0,3-0,7 see the Wounds from direct blade when strictly per­pendicular to the direction of impact to surface-to-injure area usually had the appearance of an irregular oval. When an inward-curving blade form of RAS was arched, which is the distinctive feature of the wounds inflicted by axes. In 8 cases the length of the wound to the head match the width of the blade, and obviously depends on the fact that if the mass of tesha from 620 to 710 g blade width her a little. The length of the wound does not exceed the width of the blade. It is revealed that the damage by tesha, have their own characteristics, allowing to distinguish them from injuries inflicted by other cutting tools, you can also determine the strength and direction of the shot, also the interrelationships between the victim and the attacker in the moment of injury.


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Information about the authors:

Rahmonov Turakul Rahmonovich – the acting chair of the course of forensic medical examination TIPGPMP; Tel: (992) 927409565


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