Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
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Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

By W. G. Aitchison (William George Aitchison ) Robertson
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Table of Contents
  • AIDS
  • FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY
    • W.G. AITCHISON ROBERTSON
      • M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.P.E.
        • NINTH EDITION
        • LONDON
      • NINTH EDITION
      • LONDON
    • M.D., D.Sc., F.R.C.P.E.
      • NINTH EDITION
      • LONDON
    • NINTH EDITION
    • LONDON
    • PREFACE TO NINTH EDITION
    • PREFACE TO EIGHTH EDITION
    • CONTENTS
      • PART I
        • FORENSIC MEDICINE
      • FORENSIC MEDICINE
      • PART II
        • TOXICOLOGY
      • TOXICOLOGY
    • PART I
      • FORENSIC MEDICINE
    • FORENSIC MEDICINE
    • PART II
      • TOXICOLOGY
    • TOXICOLOGY
    • AIDS TO FORENSIC MEDICINE AND TOXICOLOGY
    • PART I
      • FORENSIC MEDICINE
    • FORENSIC MEDICINE
    • I.—CRIMES
    • II.—MEDICAL EVIDENCE
    • III.—PERSONAL IDENTITY
    • IV.—EXAMINATION OF PERSONS FOUND DEAD
    • V.—MODES OF SUDDEN DEATH
    • VI.—SIGNS OF DEATH
    • VII.—DEATH FROM ANÆSTHETICS, ETC.
    • VIII.—PRESUMPTION OF DEATH; SURVIVORSHIP
    • IX.—ASSAULT, MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER, ETC.
    • X.—WOUNDS AND MECHANICAL INJURIES
    • XI.—CONTUSED WOUNDS AND INJURIES UNACCOMPANIED BY SOLUTION OF CONTINUITY
    • XII.—INCISED WOUNDS AND THOSE ACCOMPANIED BY SOLUTION OF CONTINUITY
    • XIII.—GUNSHOT WOUNDS
    • XIV.—WOUNDS OF VARIOUS PARTS OF THE BODY
    • XV.—DETECTION OF BLOOD-STAINS, ETC.
    • XVI.—DEATH BY SUFFOCATION
    • XVII.—DEATH BY HANGING
    • XVIII.—DEATH BY STRANGULATION
    • XIX.—DEATH BY DROWNING
    • XX.—DEATH FROM STARVATION
    • XXI.—DEATH FROM LIGHTNING AND ELECTRICITY
    • XXII.—DEATH FROM COLD OR HEAT
    • XXIII.—PREGNANCY
    • XXIV.—DELIVERY
    • XXV.—FŒTICIDE, OR CRIMINAL ABORTION
    • XXVI.—INFANTICIDE
    • XXVII.—EVIDENCES OF LIVE BIRTH
    • XXVIII.—CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE FŒTUS
    • XXIX.—DURATION OF PREGNANCY
    • XXX.—VIABILITY OF CHILDREN
    • XXXI.—LEGITIMACY
    • XXXII.—SUPERFŒTATION
    • XXXIII.—INHERITANCE
    • XXXIV.—IMPOTENCE AND STERILITY
    • XXXV.—RAPE
    • XXXVI.—UNNATURAL OFFENCES
    • XXXVII.—BLACKMAILING
    • XXXVIII.—MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE
    • XXXIX.—FEIGNED DISEASES
    • XL.—MENTAL UNSOUNDNESS
    • XLI.—IDIOCY, IMBECILITY, CRETINISM
    • XLII.—DEMENTIA: ACUTE, CHRONIC, SENILE, AND PARALYTIC
    • XLIII.—MANIA
    • XLIV.—EXAMINATION OF PERSONS OF UNSOUND MIND
    • XLV.—THE INEBRIATES ACTS
    • PART II
      • TOXICOLOGY
    • TOXICOLOGY
    • I.—DEFINITION OF A POISON
    • II.—SALE OF POISONS; SCHEDULED POISONS
    • III.—ACTION OF POISONS; CLASSIFICATION OF POISONS
    • IV.—EVIDENCE OF POISONING
    • V.—SYMPTOMS AND POST-MORTEM APPEARANCES OF DIFFERENT CLASSES OF POISONS
    • VI.—DUTY OF PRACTITIONER IN SUPPOSED CASE OF POISONING
    • VII.—TREATMENT OF POISONING
    • VIII.—DETECTION OF POISONS
    • IX.—THE MINERAL ACIDS
    • X.—SULPHURIC ACID
    • XI.—NITRIC ACID
    • XII.—HYDROCHLORIC ACID
    • XIII.—OXALIC ACID
    • XIV.—CARBOLIC ACID
    • XV.—POTASH, SODA, AND AMMONIA
    • XVI.—INORGANIC IRRITANTS
    • XVII.—CHLORATE OF POTASSIUM, ETC.
    • XVIII.—BARIUM SALTS
    • XIX.—IODINE—IODIDE OF POTASSIUM
    • XX.—PHOSPHORUS
    • XXI.—ARSENIC AND ITS PREPARATIONS
    • XXII.—ANTIMONY AND ITS PREPARATIONS
    • XXIII.—MERCURY AND ITS PREPARATIONS
    • XXIV.—LEAD AND ITS PREPARATIONS
    • XXV.—COPPER AND ITS PREPARATIONS
    • XXVI.—ZINC, SILVER, BISMUTH, AND CHROMIUM
    • XXVII.—GASEOUS POISONS
    • XXVIII.—VEGETABLE IRRITANTS
    • XXIX.—OPIUM AND MORPHINE
    • XXX.—BELLADONNA, HYOSCYAMUS, AND STRAMONIUM
    • XXXI.—COCAINE
    • XXXII.—CAMPHOR
    • XXXIII.—TETRACHLORETHANE, ETC.
    • XXXIV.—ALCOHOL, ETHER, AND CHLOROFORM
    • XXXV.—CHLORAL HYDRATE
    • XXXVI.—PETROLEUM AND PARAFFIN-OIL
    • XXXVII.—ANTIPYRINE, ANTIFEBRIN, PHENACETIN, AND ANILINE
    • XXXVIII.—SULPHONAL, TRIONAL, TETRONAL, VERONAL, PARALDEHYDE
    • XXXIX.—CONIUM AND CALABAR BEAN
    • XL.—TOBACCO AND LOBELIA
    • XLI.—HYDROCYANIC ACID
    • XLII.—ACONITE
    • XLIII.—DIGITALIS
    • XLIV.—NUX VOMICA, STRYCHNINE, AND BRUCINE
    • XLV.—CANTHARIDES
    • XLVI.—ABORTIFACIENTS
    • XLVII.—POISONOUS FUNGI AND TOXIC FOODS
    • XLVIII.—PTOMAINES OR CADAVERIC ALKALOIDS
    • INDEX
      • BAILLIÈRE, TINDALL & COX'S
    • BAILLIÈRE, TINDALL & COX'S
    • MANUALS FOR STUDENTS
    • BOOKS FOR STUDENTS.
    • STUDENTS' AIDS SERIES.
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