Notes on autopsies, etc.
- Sep 1933 - Mar 1934
- Part of
- Spilsbury, Sir Bernard (1877-1947), Forensic Pathologist
- Archives and manuscripts
About this work
Cases include sudden deaths from a variety of natural causes, accidents (including medical accidents, especially anaesthesia-related), suicide, and criminal abortion, also suspicious deaths of infants, as well as cases of murder and manslaughter. Among the cases of particular interest: 14/112 CO poisoning, fatal accident while cleaning out boiler; 14/197, 216, 286 Medinal poisoning; 14/240 silicosis; 14/285 woman throws herself in front of train; 14/319 death attributed to (but was not) thallium hair dye; 14/323 measles - Christian Science; 14/329 acute nicotine poisoning
Sep 1933 - Mar 1934
1 box of index cards
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