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    1. Manosa, S
      Strategies to identify dangerous electricity pylons for birds

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    2. Sprecher, W; Wenz, W; Haffner, HT
      Rupture of an intracranial aneurysm - unusual complication of an electric shock

      FORENSIC SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL
    3. Anders, S; Matschke, J; Tsokos, M
      Internal current mark in a case of suicide by electrocution

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY
    4. Lehman, RN
      Raptor electrocution on power lines: current issues and outlook

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    5. Harness, RE; Wilson, KR
      Electric-utility structures associated with raptor electrocutions in ruralareas

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    6. Real, J; Grande, JM; Manosa, S; Sanchez-Zapata, JA
      Causes of death in different areas for Bonelli's Eagle Hieraaetus fasciatus in Spain

      BIRD STUDY
    7. Gofrit, ON; Shemer, J; Leibovici, D; Modan, B; Shapira, SC
      Quaternary prevention: A new look at an old challenge

      ISRAEL MEDICAL ASSOCIATION JOURNAL
    8. Leestma, JE; Torres, JV
      Unappreciated agenesis of cerebellum in an adult case report of a 38-year-old man

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FORENSIC MEDICINE AND PATHOLOGY
    9. Davis, GG; Brissie, RM
      A review of crane deaths in Jefferson County, Alabama

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    10. Marc, B; Baudry, F; Douceron, H; Ghaith, A; Wepierre, JL; Garnier, M
      Suicide by electrocution with low-voltage current

      JOURNAL OF FORENSIC SCIENCES
    11. Janss, GFE
      Avian mortality from power lines: a morphologic approach of a species-specific mortality

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    12. Hocking, B; Westerman, R
      Radiofrequency electrocution (196 MHz)

      OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE-OXFORD
    13. Jain, S; Bandi, V
      Electrical and lightning injuries

      CRITICAL CARE CLINICS
    14. Lederer, W; Wiedermann, FJ; Cerchiari, E; Baubin, MA
      Electricity-associated injuries I: Outdoor management of current-induced casualties

      RESUSCITATION
    15. Robinson, CF; Petersen, M; Palu, S
      Mortality patterns among electrical workers employed in the US construction industry, 1982-1987

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    16. Janss, GFE; Ferrer, M
      Mitigation of raptor electrocution on steel power poles

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    17. PFEIFFER H; KARGER B
      ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE BY ELECTROCUTION

      International journal of legal medicine
    18. VENEMAN TF; VANDIJK GW; BOEREBOOM F; JOORE H; SAVELKOUL TJF
      PREDICTION OF OUTCOME AFTER RESUSCITATION IN A CASE OF ELECTROCUTION

      Intensive care medicine
    19. KLINTSCHAR M; GRABUSCHNIGG P; BEHAM A
      DEATH FROM ELECTROCUTION DURING AUTOEROTIC PRACTICE - REPORT AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

      The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology
    20. WILLIAMSON A; FEYER AM
      THE CAUSES OF ELECTRICAL FATALITIES AT WORK

      Journal of safety research
    21. BEVANGER K
      BIOLOGICAL AND CONSERVATION ASPECTS OF BIRD MORTALITY CAUSED BY ELECTRICITY POWER-LINES - A REVIEW

      Biological Conservation
    22. STILL J; ORLET H; LAW E; WHEELER M; PICKENS H
      ELECTROCUTION DUE TO CONTACT OF INDUSTRIAL-EQUIPMENT WITH POWER-LINES

      Burns
    23. ROMERO B; CANDELLRIERA J; GRACIA RM; FERNANDEZ MA; AGUADE S; PERACAULA R; SOLERSOLER J
      MYOCARDIAL NECROSIS BY ELECTROCUTION - EVALUATION OF NONINVASIVE METHODS

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    24. MEHDIRAD A; LOVE C; NELSON S; SCHALL S; COLLINS J; HUFFMAN K
      ALTERNATING-CURRENT ELECTROCUTION DETECTION AND TERMINATION BY AN IMPLANTABLE CARDIOVERTER-DEFIBRILLATOR

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. YAMAZAKI M; BAI HC; TUN Z; OGURA Y; WAKASUGI C
      AN ELECTROCUTION DEATH OF AN INFANT WHO HAD RECEIVED AN ELECTRIC-SHOCK FROM AN UNCOVERED OVAL SHAPED LAMP SWITCH IN HIS MOUTH WHILE IN A HOSPITAL

      Journal of forensic sciences
    26. VIANELLO F
      A MAN IN THE THUNDERSTORM - CORONARY INJURIES AND ELECTRIC-SHOCK

      Cardiology
    27. GREENING L
      RISK PERCEPTION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO A JOB-RELATED ELECTROCUTION ACCIDENT - THE MEDIATING ROLE OF PERCEIVED CONTROL

      Acta psychologica
    28. FRANZIUS C; MEYERHOFMANN H; LISON AE
      MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION AND RHABDOMYOLYSIS AFTER SUCCESSFUL RESUSCITATION FROM A HIGH-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL SHOCK

      Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift
    29. ROBINSON NMK; CHAMBERLAIN DA
      ELECTRICAL INJURY TO THE HEART MAY CAUSE LONG-TERM DAMAGE TO CONDUCTING TISSUE - A HYPOTHESIS AND REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

      International journal of cardiology
    30. VANDENBURG S; MCCORMICK GM; YOUNG DB
      INVESTIGATION OF DEATHS RELATED TO ELECTRICAL INJURY

      Southern medical journal
    31. LEWIS VR; HAVERTY MI
      EVALUATION OF 6 TECHNIQUES FOR CONTROL OF THE WESTERN DRYWOOD TERMITE(ISOPTERA, KALOTERMITIDAE) IN STRUCTURES

      Journal of economic entomology
    32. MACKENZIE E
      ELECTROCUTION IN A BATH

      Science & justice
    33. ZHANG P; CAI SK
      STUDY ON ELECTROCUTION DEATH BY LOW-VOLTAGE

      Forensic science international
    34. JUMBELIC MI
      FORENSIC PERSPECTIVES OF ELECTRICAL AND LIGHTNING INJURIES

      Seminars in neurology
    35. COOKE CT; CADDEN GA; MARGOLIUS KA
      AUTOEROTIC DEATHS - 4 CASES

      Pathology
    36. GOODSON ME
      ELECTRICALLY-INDUCED DEATHS INVOLVING WATER IMMERSION

      The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology
    37. LYON CE; DICKENS JA
      EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC TREATMENTS AND WING RESTRAINTS ON THE RATE OF POSTMORTEM BIOCHEMICAL-CHANGES AND OBJECTIVE TEXTURE OF BROILER PECTORALIS MAJOR MUSCLES DEBONED AFTER CHILLING

      Poultry science


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