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IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIVING AND OF THE DEAD HUMAN REMAINS
TYPES OF INJURIES AND WOUNDS
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abortifacient abortion absorption acid air passages alcohol alkaloids anaesthesia anaesthetic anoxia antimony apiol arsenic asphyxia Assize Court atropine autopsy barbituric acid become benzene blood body bone brain breathing bruising bullet burns capillary cause of death cent certificate cervix changes chest child chloride clothing cocaine collapse colour common Coroner corrosive court cresol crime criminal cyanosis dangerous dead decomposition develop disease doctor drowning drugs ecgonine effect evidence examination exposure fatal dose fluid follow forensic medicine forms fracture girl give glottis grave haemorrhage hair head heart homicide hyoscyamine infanticide injury lungs lysol membranes mercury methaemoglobin morphine mouth murder muscle neck offence oxalic acid patient person poisoning police post-mortem pregnancy rape respiratory result salts seen separate existence skin skull sometimes stains stillbirth stomach strangling strychnine substances containing less sudden suicidal suspicion symptoms tissues toxic trauma usually vagal victim vomiting weapon woman