(Received 9 June 1972; accepted 23 August 1972)
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It is often difficult to prove whether a man or animal has been electrocuted. Since death from electrocution can occur with no marks on the body, it is important for pathologists and attorneys to be aware of the lethal effects of electricity from the viewpoint of the engineering expert witness who aids in the investigation of such cases.
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
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