Dorothy E Dean , MD

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Hamilton County Coroner's Office
3159 Eden Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone (513) 946-8700


Medical Degree: Medical College of Ohio 1993

Residency: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Cincinnati, OH, 1998 (Anatomic and Clinical Pathology)

Forensic Fellowship: Hamilton County Coroner's Office Cincinnati, OH, 1999


Peer Reviewed Publications

Dean, D E; Kamath, S; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; First, M R; Cavallo, T (1999. ) A blinded retrospective analysis of renal allograft pathology using the Banff schema: implications for clinical management. Transplantation, , 68 (5 ) ,642-5

Kamath, S; Dean, D; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; Alexander, J W; Cavallo, T; First, M R (1998. ) Primary therapy with OKT3 for biopsy-proven acute renal allograft rejection. Transplantation proceedings, , 30 (4 ) ,1178-80

Kamath, S; Dean, D; Peddi, V R; Schroeder, T J; Alexander, J W; Cavallo, T; First, M R (1997. ) Efficacy of OKT3 as primary therapy for histologically confirmed acute renal allograft rejection. Transplantation, , 64 (10 ) ,1428-32

Peddi, V R; Dean, D E; Hariharan, S; Cavallo, T; Schroeder, T J; First, M R Proteinuria following renal transplantation: correlation with histopathology and outcome. Transplantation proceedings, , 29 (1-2 ) ,101-3

Dean, Dorothy E; Jamison, Jennifer M; Lane, Jason L (2014. ) Spontaneous rupture of the gall bladder: an unusual forensic diagnosis.Journal of forensic sciences, , 59 (4 ) ,1142-5 More Information

Dean, Dorothy E; Kohler, Lisa J; Sterbenz, George C; Gillespie, Patrick J; Gonzaga, Niki S; Bauer, Laurie J; Looman, Karen; Owens, O'dell (2012. ) Observed characteristics of suicidal hangings: an 11-year retrospective review.Journal of forensic sciences, , 57 (5 ) ,1226-30 More Information

Desrosiers, Nathalie A; Watterson, James H; Dean, Dorothy; Wyman, John F (2012. ) Detection of amitriptyline, citalopram, and metabolites in porcine bones following extended outdoor decomposition.Journal of forensic sciences, , 57 (2 ) ,544-9 More Information

Wyman, John F; Dean, Dorothy E; Yinger, Rachel; Simmons, Amber; Brobst, David; Bissell, Michael; Silveira, Fernando; Kelly, Nancy; Shott, Robert; Ohr, Joseph; Howard, Rick; Lewis, Bradley (2011. ) The temporal fate of drugs in decomposing porcine tissue.Journal of forensic sciences, , 56 (3 ) ,694-9 More Information

Watterson, James H; Desrosiers, Nathalie A; Betit, Caroline C; Dean, Dorothy; Wyman, John F (2010. ) Relative distribution of drugs in decomposed skeletal tissue. Journal of analytical toxicology, , 34 (8 ) ,510-5

Powers, Robert H; Dean, Dorothy E (2009. ) Evaluation of potential lactate/lactate dehydrogenase interference with an enzymatic alcohol analysis. Journal of analytical toxicology, , 33 (8 ) ,561-3

Dean, Dorothy E; Tatarek, Nancy E; Rich, Jeremy; Brogdon, B G; Powers, Robert H (2005. ) Human identification from the ankle with pre- and postsurgical radiographs.Journal of clinical forensic medicine, , 12 (1 ) ,5-9 More Information

Rich, Jeremy; Dean, Dorothy E; Cheung, Yvonne Y Forensic implications of the foot and ankle.The Journal of foot and ankle surgery : official publication of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, , 42 (4 ) ,221-5 More Information

Rich, Jeremy; Tatarek, Nancy E; Powers, Robert H; Brogdon, B G; Lewis, Bradley J; Dean, Dorothy E (2002. ) Using pre- and post-surgical foot and ankle radiographs for identification. Journal of forensic sciences, , 47 (6 ) ,1319-22

Sudimack, John R; Lewis, Bradley J; Rich, Jerem; Dean, Dorothy E; Fardal, Patrick M (2002. ) Identification of decomposed human remains from radiographic comparisons of an unusual foot deformity. Journal of forensic sciences, , 47 (1 ) ,218-20

Dean, D E; Schultz, D L; Powers, R H (2001. ) Asphyxia due to angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor mediated angioedema of the tongue during the treatment of hypertensive heart disease. Journal of forensic sciences, , 46 (5 ) ,1239-43

Contact Information

Academic - Hamilton County Coroner's Office
3159 Eden Ave
CincinnatiĀ  Ohio, 45219
Phone: (513) 946-8700