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A Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology, Sixth Edition discusses medico-legal points concerning the different causes of death, examination of. Medical Jurisprudence, Forensic medicine and Toxicology. Vol. 1 of 4 by Becker et al. Book Cover. Download; Bibrec. Get this from a library! Modi's Textbook of medical jurisprudence and toxicology.. [ Jaising P Modi; N J Modi].

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Medical Jurisprudence And Toxicology Pdf

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Jurisdiction: Indian Overview: Modi A Textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology, since its first edition in , has reigned supreme in its field. It is a wellestablished, specialized and highly recommended book on the subject of Medical Jurisprudence, a multi-disciplinary science. This book has been the key reference tool for medical and legal professionals working in these fields. It has also helped investigatingagencies to stay focused on what data is essential and important to collect from scenes of crime. Retaining the flavour of Modi spristine brilliance, this twenty-fourth edition presents critical developments in case law as well as in the field of forensic sciences. This monumental work has two parts, Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology, both of which have been edited by specialistcontributors from diverse fields. This edition has been revised keeping in view the needs of the new forensic medicine syllabus,judicial observations and the concerns of the senior forensic medicine experts.

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This is consistent with study done by Nath et al. In study done by Khartade et al. Smell of inflammable substance was perceived on autopsy examination in total 31 cases Out of these, 24 In study done by Chawla et al. As the duration of hospital stay increases, the chances of perceiving smell of inflammable substance decreases due to their volatile nature and cleansing by the hospital staff.

Sixty seven Sharma et al. Dasari et al. Instantaneous death in case of burns is due to neurogenic shock. As the survival period and hospital stay increases, chances of infection increases leading to septicemia.

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