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PostMortem Records 1941 XXI Reports all furnished
- 4-24 Nov 1941
- Part of
- Spilsbury, Sir Bernard (1877-1947), Forensic Pathologist
- Archives and manuscripts
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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: passage of a bullet through the brain (suicide) 4 Nov 1941; acute blood poisoning from abortion 5 Nov 1941; newly born female child, multiple fractures of the skull, 17 Nov 1941; passage of a bullet through the head, 18 Nov 1941; post-vaccinial encephalitis, 19 Nov 1941; smothering in bedclothes during unconsciousness produced by epileptic fit, 19 Nov 1941; hameorrhage from cut throat wound, 22 Nov 1941
4-24 Nov 1941
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