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Source: American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, Vol. 20 (1999), pages 281-285

First report of non-psychotic self-cannibalism (autophagy), tongue splicing and scar patterns (scarification) as an extreme form of cultural body modification in a Western civilization

[http://benecke.com/ Mark Benecke], Ph.D.

[Further publications by MB]


Original Version published in: American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology (Am J Forensic Med Pathol), Vol 20(3):281-285. This is a raw version that cannot be used for purposes of scientic citation.
Scientists and medical doctors: Please go get the
Remark
This study was performed while the author was employed at the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME). However, all of the research, including the preparation of this manuscript, was done independently by the author during the time he was not obligated to the OCME. This study was not performed in connection, cooperation, or on behalf of any United States federal, state or local government agency. This was part of an ongoing study on prevailing trends among subculture youth communities.

Acknowledgements
I wish to thank my colleague Dean Wideman, M.Sc., NYC, who did the final corrections on the manuscript, and S.E., Chris, and Keith Alexander, who openly discussed matters of body modification with the author.



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