Research Article| Volume 18, ISSUE 1, P91-97, March 1998


Using the Internet for Forensic Sciences
  • William R. Dito
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    From the Department of Pathology, University of California at San Diego School of Medicine, La Jolla, California
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      The advent of the Internet as a global information network has provided the forensic and medical communities rapid and inexpensive access to database resources and services pertinent to a wide variety of specialties in these fields. This article summarizes the use of Internet structure as a method to increase accurate and timely interchange of information between personnel involved in the process of forensic medicine and science. It is intended to be elementary and of use to those unacquainted with Internet and the World Wide Web.
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