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These authors are among the outstanding medicolegal experts in England today. Their authoritative and clearly written text is divided into three principal sections: Forensic Medicine, Toxicology, and Appendices. The last are eleven in number and include a listing of important British laws concerning poisons, specimen forms for various medicolegal reports, directions for properly completing death certificates, rules governing the performance of coroner's autopsies and a glossary of terms in frequent medicolegal use. The first section consists of 26 chapters presenting various medicolegal topics in alphabetic order from Abortion, through Alcoholic Intoxication, Asphyxia, Bastardy Proceedings, Coroner, Injuries, Medicolegal Autopsies, Medical Negligence,
Practical Forensic Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1958;49:231. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-1-231_2
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