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A manual of medical jurisprudence, compiled from the best medical and legal works comprising an account of I. The ethics of the medical profession; II. The charters and statutes relating to the faculty; and, III. All medico-legal questions, with the latest decisions: being an analysis of a course of lectures on forensic medicine, annually delivered in London. And intended as a compendium for the use of barristers, solicitors, magistrates, coroners, and medical practitioners / by Michael Ryan.

  • Ryan, Michael, 1800-1841.
Date
1831
  • Books

About this work

Publication/Creation

London : Renshaw and Rush, 1831.

Physical description

xviii, 309 pages ; (8vo)

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

  • LocationStatusAccess
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    EPB/B/45276
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