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Aug 21, 2009
Forensic Hair Analysis
by: Anna Sandiford

To be absolutely sure about this I suggest you contact the University of Glasgow Department of Forensic Medicine. Dr Karen Scott is a leader in the field of hair analysis for the presence of drugs.

Mar 15, 2009
Hair Use in an Autopsy
by: Anonymous

Normally, if the contents of the urine are not available, a medical examiner will use the vitrous humor fluid of the eye as drug use is still available after not detectable in the urine. Hair would be a possibility if the body is decomposed enough to rule out other options. Depends on the decomposition rate and what is available for testing.

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