Elmas Shaqiri1, Bledar Xhemali1, Gentian Vyshka2*
1Forensic Pathologist, Department of Forensic Pathology, Institute of Legal Medicine, Tirana, Albania
2Professor of Human Physiology, Biomedical and Experimental Department, Faculty of Medicine, University of Medicine in Tirana, Albania
*Corresponding Author: Gentian Vyshka, Faculty of Medicine, University of Medicine in Tirana, Rr. Dibres 371, Tirana, Albania, Tel: +355-692-828-140; E-mail: email@example.com.
Received Date: December 28, 2020
Published Date: January 27, 2021
Copyrights: Shaqiri E, et al. © 2021.
Citation: Shaqiri E, et al. (2021). Thyroid cartilage radiological clues following exhumation in a suspected case of strangulation. Mathews J Foren. (2)1:8.
Suspected cases of strangulation are as a rule clarified during investigations following the immediate after-death period. However, cases of suspected strangulation might be disguised as natural deaths, especially in areas where medical assistance is inexistent or superficial. These cases will come sometimes into the scope of the coroner, or legal medicine physician, even several years after burial.