Howard C. Adelman - Medical - 2009 - 104 pages
Describes the expertise required to become a forensic pathologist and explores the kinds of cases they examine and how they determine such things as cause and time of death.
W. D. S. McLay - Medical - 1996 - 356 pages
This is a complete reference source for the specialty, identifying all the medical, ethical and statutory principles by which the forensic medical practitioner has to be guided.
P.V. Guharaj - Medical jurisprudence - 2003 - 477 pages
This Book Is Written Mainly With The Medical Undergraduate In Mind, But Should Also Prove To Be A Useful Reference For Postgraduate Students And Practitioners. Both The Theory ...
Stephen P. Robinson - Medical - 1996 - 179 pages
Principles of Forensic Medicine is a concise, practical guide for anyone working in the field of forensic medicine. Frontline police surgeons, forensic physicians, forensic ...
Ralph Riviello - Medical - 2009 - 303 pages
Manual of Forensic Emergency Medicine is a comprehensive guide to the clinical approach to criminal illness and injury. This resource offers emergency care professionals the ...