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October 30, 1897

A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence.

JAMA. 1897;XXIX(18):926. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440440052019

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Abstract

It may well be conceded that the advent of an energetic editor like Mr. Clark Bell would result in vast additions to the book and one is not disappointed in so considering. To most of us the "Taylor Medical Jurisprudence" comes like an old friend to whom we turn for counsel and support in case of need.

The present edition has preserved all the valuable features which made the old Taylor so popular and at the same time has introduced much of modern matter.

The chapter on "Medico Legal Surgery" is a distinctly new feature of this edition and for the first time "railway" surgery figures as a recognized specialty in legal medicine.

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