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This is second edition of a text originally published in 1975. In the preface the authors state “A scientific evaluation of this discipline must discard the medico-legal mythology that still pervades much forensic thinking, writing and practice.” With this concept in mind, portions of the text leave the impression that status thymicolymphaticus can be a legitimate cause of death, fat emboli may not be clinically significant, and instantaneous cadaveric rigidity can occur in some natural deaths.
Deputy chief medical examiner, Forensic Sciences Section, Arizona Health Sciences Center, Pima County, Arizona
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