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Recent Advances in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (Volume 2)
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Gautam Biswas MD
 


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ISBN9789352701247
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2018
Pages690
Size 6.25" X 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 1010
Quick Overview
Recent Advances in Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Volume 2 is designed to provide up-to-date knowledge on some common and not-so common topics in the field, focusing closely on the dynamic and rapidly growing evolution of medical science and law. An attempt has been made to provide as much information as possible within the scope of the chapter, since the book is meant to be an overview of forensic issues concerned. This book contains 23 chapters and is divided into five sections, with the addition of sections on forensic anthropology and forensic science. In this, individual chapters present a problem-oriented approach to a central theme of medical jurisprudence, medical ethics, forensic pathology, forensic anthropology and forensic science. A comprehensive reference of national and international literature is given in each chapter.
Key Features
This book has been written in clear language along with detailed discussions on current topics, which are suitable for a wide audience of readers. Similar to the previous edition, it is well illustrated with color photographs, diagrams, text boxes, tables and flow charts to emphasize salient points and clears communication of concepts. There are twenty-three chapters in this volume comprising of some common forensic topics likely to be encountered in daily routine. Specialised topics, which are not so frequently encountered, including both legal obligations and ethical responsibilities of those involved in forensic setting are also discussed. The chapters are written by authors who are authorities in their field of speciality. Each chapter is extensively researched and referenced. The book is divided into five sections:

• Section I of the book focuses on medial jurisprudence, covering legal and ethical issues and essential concepts in the interface between medicine and the law

• Section II deals with clinical forensic medicine that will help in serving as a practical guide to daily medicolegal work

• Section III covers forensic pathology and discusses the current issues and concepts and future directions

• Section IV discusses forensic anthropology

• Section V deals with forensic science.
Target Audience
Postgraduates students, faculty and medical practitioners working in casualty, and those medical professionals who interact with forensic specialists for their opinion in medicolegal cases.
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