Plume of froth
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The plume of froth, also known as cone of foam, is an autopsy finding that arise in the context of pulmonary edema.
It seen in:
- Bilotti A (January 1993). "Noncardiogenic pulmonary edema: a certain etiology?". Del Med J 65 (1): 25–7. PMID 8454093.
- Bohnert M, Ropohl D, Pollak S (2002). "[Forensic medicine significance of the fluid content of the sphenoid sinuses]" (in German). Arch Kriminol 209 (5-6): 158–64. PMID 12134758.
- URL: http://medicinembbs.blogspot.com/2011/08/drowning-mechanical-asphyxia.html. Accessed on: 6 March 2012.