Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries

Panagiotis K. Stefanopoulos, George Mikros, Dionisios E. Pinialidis, Nikolaos Tsiatis, Olga Panagiotopoulou, Dimitra G. Koutsouvela, Jorge Herbstein, Nikolaos S. Salemis

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationForensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries
Subtitle of host publicationCurrent Research and Future Perspectives
EditorsJames Cizdziel, Oscar Black
Place of PublicationNew York, NY
PublisherNova Science Publishers
Chapter5
Pages93-119
Number of pages27
ISBN (Electronic)9781536148831
Publication statusPublished - 2019

Keywords

  • firearm
  • gunshot injuries
  • missile injuries
  • temporary cavitation
  • wound ballistics

Cite this

Stefanopoulos, P. K., Mikros, G., Pinialidis, D. E., Tsiatis, N., Panagiotopoulou, O., Koutsouvela, D. G., ... Salemis, N. S. (2019). Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries. In J. Cizdziel, & O. Black (Eds.), Forensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries: Current Research and Future Perspectives (pp. 93-119). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
Stefanopoulos, Panagiotis K. ; Mikros, George ; Pinialidis, Dionisios E. ; Tsiatis, Nikolaos ; Panagiotopoulou, Olga ; Koutsouvela, Dimitra G. ; Herbstein, Jorge ; Salemis, Nikolaos S. / Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries. Forensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries: Current Research and Future Perspectives. editor / James Cizdziel ; Oscar Black. New York, NY : Nova Science Publishers, 2019. pp. 93-119
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Stefanopoulos, PK, Mikros, G, Pinialidis, DE, Tsiatis, N, Panagiotopoulou, O, Koutsouvela, DG, Herbstein, J & Salemis, NS 2019, Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries. in J Cizdziel & O Black (eds), Forensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries: Current Research and Future Perspectives. Nova Science Publishers, New York, NY, pp. 93-119.

Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries. / Stefanopoulos, Panagiotis K.; Mikros, George; Pinialidis, Dionisios E.; Tsiatis, Nikolaos; Panagiotopoulou, Olga; Koutsouvela, Dimitra G.; Herbstein, Jorge; Salemis, Nikolaos S.

Forensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries: Current Research and Future Perspectives. ed. / James Cizdziel; Oscar Black. New York, NY : Nova Science Publishers, 2019. p. 93-119.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (Book)Other

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Stefanopoulos PK, Mikros G, Pinialidis DE, Tsiatis N, Panagiotopoulou O, Koutsouvela DG et al. Ballistic Consideration in gunshot injuries. In Cizdziel J, Black O, editors, Forensic Analysis of Gunshot Residue, 3D-Printed Firearms, and Gunshot Injuries: Current Research and Future Perspectives. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. 2019. p. 93-119