2015
DOI: 10.1590/1981-863720150003000102883
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Abstract: Objective: To analyze the frequency, body topographic local and the instruments used in women with violent death in the city of Recife and the metropolitan area and in the years from 2000 to 2009. Methods: Data collection was performed at the Institute of Forensic Medicine Persivo Antonio Cunha-PE from March to October 2010. Through a study, of chronological approach, necropsy reports in women residing in the Metropolitan Region of Recife-PE in the years 2000 to 2009 were selected. We analyzed the frequency… Show more

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“…The same region was also the location most commonly injured in other studies conducted on female victims of bodily harm 15,17,27 , and also in women victims of homicide, in which the craniofacial complex was also the focus of around 58% of injuries found 13 . It may be deduced that the prominence of the face, the possibility of hitting it with the hands or some or other instrument, and its vulnerability, end up making it an easy target in fights and physical skirmishes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 61%
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“…The same region was also the location most commonly injured in other studies conducted on female victims of bodily harm 15,17,27 , and also in women victims of homicide, in which the craniofacial complex was also the focus of around 58% of injuries found 13 . It may be deduced that the prominence of the face, the possibility of hitting it with the hands or some or other instrument, and its vulnerability, end up making it an easy target in fights and physical skirmishes.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 61%
“…Despite the victories achieved by women in the labor market and the efforts to apply what is written in the Brazilian Constitution, namely "men and women have equal rights and obligations (...)", many women are still mistreated inside the home, suffering in silence because of fear or shame, because of financial dependence or an affective bond with the assailant 5,12 . Murder of women is the main cause of early death among women when analyzing the external causes of death 13 . Between 2001 and 2011, mortality rates were observed, as a result of aggression, of 5.28 and 5.22 for every 100,000 women, in the respective periods before (2001-2006) and after (2007-2011) the aforementioned law came into force.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…É importante salientar a importância que as delegacias das mulheres possuem no acolhimento a esse público. Nesse ambiente, ela e sua família passam a dispor de atendimento psicológico e jurídico que irão ser estratégicos para a superação da violência, permitindo que elas se sintam mais fortes a autônomas 28 .…”
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“…Con el aumento de la violencia urbana, el número de casos complejos de identificación humana, tales como carbonizados, esqueletizados, mutilados y putrefactos, viene aumentando cada año en los departamentos de medicina legal (Oliveira et al, 2015). En presencia de un cuerpo en estas condiciones, generalmente, no es posible hacer un análisis de las impresiones digitales para establecer la identidad de la víctima, siendo necesaria otra forma de identificación, echándose mano, habitualmente, al análisis de las particularidades cranianas (Prado et al, 2016) u odontológicas (Scoralick et al, 2013;Belotti et al, 2015;Silva et al, 2015a).…”
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