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Edited and written by leading international experts in the field, this in depth guide will provide an invaluable and authoritative, critique of topical areas of forensic medicine that are of key interest to practitioners throughout the world.
Modelled on the highly respected series; Recent Advances in Histopathology published by The Royal Society of Medicine, this text is a forerunner to a regular, multivolume series addressing recent advances in the practice of forensic medicine. Each volume within the series addresses specific areas of forensic medicine. These areas include subjects of debate and/or uncertainty, areas where significant advances have been made, and areas of current relevance to the forensic profession. Each chapter provides a general overview of the area under discussion with reference to the published literature followed by an in depth presentation on significant changes or significant points that the reader should be aware of.
The chapters cover areas that have not previously been satisfactorily discussed in existing textbooks, such as the very relevant issues of terrorism and bio-terrorism. The chapters cover these areas in a concise style that is relevant to an international audience.
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