Scholarena Journal of Forensic Science (SAJFS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal which covers different aspects in the study of forensic science. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJFS aims to publish latest research articles and serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers at the same time strive to publish quality articles, it plays a key role in exposure of reviewed articles through online for free and openly available to researchers worldwide.     

RECENT ARTICLES
Traumatic Dissection and Thrombosis of the Mid Renal Artery with Endovascular Repair and Review of the Literature
We report a case of a 48‐year old male status post motor vehicle accident who was found to have a left renal artery dissection (RAD) and thrombosis that underwent endovascular repair with a Viabahn stent and his 1 year follow up. The limited availa...
Association of Begomovirus with Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) leaf curl virus disease in southern India
A severe leaf curl disease of Okra with high disease incidence and loss of production was observed during field survey of various locations of Southern India, and causal organism was identified as Begomovirus and its association was confirmed by poly...
A Double Phase Culture System: An Economic and Time Saving Protocol for In Vitro Propagation of Plant
Low cost and time saving tissue culture techniques by improving process efficiency and better utilization of resources without compromising the quality of the plants are of high priority for commercial utilization. ...
Side Effects of Phenytoin in the Oral Cavity: A Review
The purpose of this article is to share with professionals in dentistry and related personnel in the health area, the oral findings in epileptic patients under treatment of phenytoin. Epilepsy contributes to the ingestion of phenytoin, which is the o...
Cystic Neck Masses-A diagnostic and management challenge
Cervical metastasis is often the only presenting feature in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (HNSCC). These metastases frequently undergo cystic degeneration, and may be difficult to distinguish from other benign cystic squa...
Severe Hypoglycemic Coma Event on MRI: Specific Brain Necrosis
With the widespread of sale and use of oral hypoglycemic drugs or insulin, hypoglycemic coma event have become a common medical emergency. Some patients with severe hypoglycemic coma led to prolonged hypoglycemia with fatal coma due to delay in the t...