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Subarachnoid hemorraghe

R Dirnhofer
Examining a case of death due to a subarachnoidal hemorraghe of a ruptured cerebral aneurysm the approximate time of death could only be determined by a considerable difference between alcohol contents of urine and blood. Since the urinary bladder was filled and a continuous diuresis until the moment of death could be assumed it was possible to calculate the average period of time during which the stated concentration of urine alcohol was formed, and to estimate the survival time.
February 25, 1976: Zeitschrift Für Rechtsmedizin. Journal of Legal Medicine
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