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May 2, 1914

Gerichtsärztliche Untersuchungen. Ein Leitfaden für Mediziner und Juristen.

JAMA. 1914;LXII(18):1422. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560430052037

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Abstract

This is a clear and concise presentation of the subject of examination of the human body and its tissues and fluids for medicolegal purposes. The work is the result of the author's practical experience extending over many years, and his object in thus formulating his ideas is that they may be of use to others, not only to students of medicine, but also to judges and officers of criminal courts who may have to deal with this class of cases. The latter particularly will here find not only the proper questions to ask the medicolegal expert, but also the answers that may be expected under given conditions.

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