In none of our medical colleges is legal medicine taught as a part of the regular course or as an essential branch of study.
When it is a question of legal medicine, the medico-legal expert must be the judge.
We shall add that this process of preservation may be very advantageously applied to various cases of legal medicine.
Law students should be examined in criminal anthropology and legal medicine.
All legal medicine discusses the fact that wounds in the head make people forget single words.
The opportunity for this is given in any text-book on legal medicine, forensic psychopathology, and criminal psychology.
Precipitins find their greatest usefulness in legal medicine and in food adulteration work.
The legal medicine men felt aggrieved, and determined to be such early birds that no worm should escape them.
Caillot and Desurgey, in order that the fact might be placed on record and vouched for, because of its value in legal medicine.
legal medicine, he remarks, has there inspired no special publication, nor any learned society.
legal medicine n.
See forensic medicine.
forensic medicine n.
The branch of medicine that interprets or establishes the medical facts in civil or criminal law cases. Also called legal medicine, medical jurisprudence.