Forensic Medicine




Scope note(s)

  • The application of medical knowledge to questions of law.
  • Annotation: for crime or identification: differentiate from JURISPRUDENCE, usually civil suits; for human identification of skeletal remains HUMAN IDENTIFICATION see FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY is available; for human identification by teeth see FORENSIC DENTISTRY; note other specific forensic terms are also available

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  • Medical Subject Headings

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Hierarchical terms

Forensic Medicine

Equivalent terms

Forensic Medicine

  • UF Legal Medicine
  • UF Medicine, Forensic
  • UF Medicine, Legal

Associated terms

Forensic Medicine

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Lectures, 1886-1893.

Extended notes and memoranda of lectures, forty in number, delivered in the annual courses on hygiene and forensic medicine, 1886-1893, including official correspondence of the Faculty concerning appointment to and resignation from the Chair.