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A Handbook of the practice of forensic medicine v. 4 1865

by Johann Ludwig Casper

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Published by New Sydenham Society .
Written in English


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Table of Contents – Oxford Handbook of Forensic Medicine. 1. Scope of forensic medicine 2. Forensic aspects of death 3. Forensic autopsy 4. Asphyxia 5. Forensic pathology of physical injury 6.

The police custody unit 7. Life-threatening emergencies in custody 8. Assessing and managing illness in custody 9.

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