(Received 15 June 1979; accepted 9 August 1979)
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The examination of insect larvae from decomposed bodies not only can serve in the estimation of the postmortem interval but also can be used in qualitative identification of drug substances.
Deputy chief medical examiner, Office of the Medical Examiner, Commonwealth of Virginia,
Toxicologist, Commonwealth of Virginia,
Director of laboratory, Northern Virginia Doctors Hospital, Arlington, Va.
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