Guide to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

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B. Jain Publishers, Jun 30, 2004 - Medical - 218 pages
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This handbook of forsenic medicine and toxicology has been written to provide the reader essential and practical knowledge of forsenic medicine; The book has been written in a simplified and concise manner to help the students get an easy grasp of the subject; Appropriate diagrams and tables have been given wherever necessary to facilitate better understanding; The book provides important information that will be helpful while dealing with medicolegal cases; This book is particularly helpful for the undergraduate students who are preparing for the university examinations as well as various competitive examinations; At the end of each chapter important questions are given -- both subjective as well as objective.
 

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Contents

Legal Procedure in India
2
Medical Law and Ethics
13
Identification
23
Medico Legal Autopsy
35
Postmortem Changes
44
Injuries
63
Regional Injuries
97
Thermal Injuries
105
Abortion
149
Infanticide
154
Summary
160
Part II
165
Introduction
166
Agricultural Poisoning
174
Corrosive Poisons
176
Irritant poisons
179

Asphyxial Deaths
119
Blood
133
Virginity and Sexual Offences
144
Alcohol
184
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