The Atypical Entrance Wound: Differential Diagnosis and Discussion of an Unusual Cause
American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, 08/17/2012
Molina DK et al. – A case is presented in which the decedent sustained a gunshot wound with an atypical entrance. The cause of the atypical nature of the wound was determined to be increased yaw due to bullet instability caused by the condition of the firearm used, not a ricochet or intermediate target. The case emphasizes the importance of collaborative investigation between the different forensic agencies in gunshot cases.