Conjunctival Petechiae

 

Conjunctival Petechiae have been mostly observed in those cases where people have died natural deaths owing to a cardiovascular disease and where people have died due to asphyxia, head injury and disorders related to central nervous system disorders. A petechiae is a tiny, red or purple-colored spot on the body, as a result of a minor hemorrhage or broken capillary blood vessels. It is usually caused due to physical trauma such as hard coughing, crying or vomiting, leading to facial petechiae, particularly around the eyes, and thus termed as conjunctival petechiae. Forensics suggests that petechiae on the face and eyes (conjunctiva) could indicate a death by asphyxiation.

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