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medical jurisprudence

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noun
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Origin of medical jurisprudence

First recorded in 1780–90
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British Dictionary definitions for medical jurisprudence

medical jurisprudence

noun
another name for forensic medicine
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Medical definitions for medical jurisprudence

medical jurisprudence

n.
forensic medicine
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