Wharton and Stillé's medical jurisprudence ... v. 3, 3권

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Lawyer's Co-operative Publishing Company, 1905

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Protraction in abnormal cases
34
Early viability in general
35
Evidences of age of fetus 37
36
Cases of early viability 38
36
Conclusions as to limits of variation 39
36
CHAPTER IV
36
Simultaneous birth of two fetuses of different ages
42
FEIGNED DELIVERY
43
Interpretation of this evidence twin compression
44
Evidence from superfetation in abnormal cases double uterus
46
Conclusions
47
CHAPTER V
48
Causes of spontaneous abortion
49
Emmenagogues
50
General mechanical means
51
87b Traumatisms and operations
52
Local mechanical means
53
Signs of induced abortion in mother
54
Age of fetus
56
Medical abortion
59
Summary of evidence of criminal abortion
60
Definition II EVIDENCE OF DEATH IN UTERO 95 Long before delivery 96 Just before delivery
61
EVIDENCE OF LIVE BIRTH 97 General
63
Respiratory tests 99 Static tests
64
Docimasia pulmonum hydrostatica 101 Objections to docimasia pulmonum hydrostatica on the positive side
66
101c Emphysema 101d Artificial inflation of the lungs
67
Objections to docimasia pulmonum hydrostatica on the nega tive side disease
69
102b Boiled and watersoaked lungs 103 Docimasia intestinalis hydrostatica 104 Circulatory tests in general
70
Fetal channels
71
Condition of the umbilical cord
72
Skin desquamation 112 Obliteration of the fetal channels
73
CAUSES OF DEATH DURING LABOR 114 Placental separation
74
Head compression
75
Fracture of skull 119a From contracted pelvis 10
76
Hemorrhage from rupture of the cord 121 Breech presentation
78
DEATH AFTER LABOR 122 Caused by malformations
79
Suffocation
80
126a Pharyngeal tampon
82
General evidence of suffocation
83
Taches de Tardieu
84
Strangulation
85
General signs of strangulation
86
Fracture of skull
87
Wounds and mutilation
88
Combustion
89
Lack of care caul
90
137c Inanition
91
Evidence from mummification
92
Unconscious delivery
93
Mental irresponsibility
94
GENERAL COMMENTS
95
BOOK II
99
Pseudohermaphrodites in general
100
Female pseudohermaphrodites
101
True hermaphrodites in general
104
CHAPTER II
113
CHAPTER III
127
Seminal stains
134
Venereal disease
135
Conclusions
136
Injuries
137
Venereal disease
138
187a Simple vulvovaginitis
140
187b Gonorrheal vulvovaginitis
141
187c Hereditary syphilis
143
Rape on adult women
145
Rape on old women
146
Rape during unconsciousness under the influence of drugs
147
During hypnotic sleep
161
Unjust charges of rape
162
Rape by women
164
CHAPTER IV
166
Sodomy
167
BOOK III
171
GENERAL
173
Examination in general
174
Classification of wounds in general
175
207a Ecchymoses
176
207b Dislocation and fractures
177
Open wounds in general
178
209a Size
179
210a Direction of incision
180
Lacerated 211a Types
181
Rifle and revolver bullets smaller caliber jacketed bullets
182
215a Larger caliber leaded bullets
183
Wadding wounds
185
Powder wounds
187
DEGREE OF INJURY
188
Sources of danger
189
Hemorrhage
190
223a Bleeders
191
223b Internal
192
Abnormal conditions
193
Indirect sources of danger infection
194
Fat embolism
195
229a Method
196
229b Anesthesia
197
229c Complications
198
Diabetes
199
235a Railway spine
200
HOMICIDAL SUICIDAL AND ACCIDENTAL WOUNDS
201
Direction of wound
202
Circumstantial evidence
203
Position of body
204
Mode of death throat cutting
206
24la Gunshot
207
ANTEMORTEM VERSUS POSTMORTEM WOUNDS
208
243b Healing
209
Antemortem subcutaneous wounds ecchymoses
210
244a Ecchymoses from natural causes
211
Acts after receiving a mortal wound
212
Postmortem wounds in general
213
Appearances
214
Hemorrhage
215
Ecchymoses
216
Cadaveric spots
218
Postmortem blisters
219
Ear
220
Scalp
221
Mechanism of fractures
222
Gunshot fractures
223
Brain in general
224
Destruction of portion of brain
225
Derangements of mind resulting from injuries
228
Compression of spinal cord
229
Destruction of spinal cord
231
Subcutaneous wounds
232
Open wounds of neck
233
Thorax concussion
234
Heart nonpenetrating wounds
235
Abdomen nonpenetrating wounds
237
Abdomen penetrating wounds
238
Pelvis
239
Genitals female
240
Genitals male
242
Extremities
243
BLOOD STAINS
244
General appearance
245
Chemical tests sodium tungstate test
248
294b Hemin test
249
Spectroscopic tests
250
Microscopic test
253
Biologic test
256
Her Majestys Procurator General 1 Hagg Eccl Rep 92 561
257
CHAPTER II
262
Classification according to severity
263
300a Complications
264
Postmortem examination local lesions
265
Duration of life after fatal burns
266
304b Third degree eschar
269
304c Fourth degree and more severe carbonization
270
Spontaneous ignitability
271
Increased combustibility
272
CHAPTER III
274
Heat exhaustion
275
CHAPTER IV
277
Postmortem appearances
278
CHAPTER V
280
Conditions determining effect
281
Accidents
282
Suicide
283
Postmortem lesions
284
Effects
285
External lesions
286
Cases
287
CHAPTER VI
289
Period
290
Symptoms
291
Postmortem findings
292
Diagnosis of starvation
294
CHAPTER VIL SUFFOCATION 336 Definition
296
Symptoms
297
Diagnosis
298
Antemortem versus postmortem strangulation
316
Cases accidental strangulation
317
353a Suicidal strangulation
318
353b Homicidal strangulation
323
353c Simulated strangulation
327
CHAPTER IX
331
Symptoms
332
Postmortem signs external examination
333
Examination of neck
334
Internal appearances
336
Associated lesions
338
Suicidal versus homicidal hanging
340
Cases accidental hanging
343
364b Suicidal hanging
344
CHAPTER X
347
Time of submersion without drowning
348
Symptoms
349
Froth at nostrils
350
Internal appearances in general
351
CHAPTER XI
364
Constitutional diseases
370
Destruction of the body in general
383
409a Air water temperature
384
409c Manner of death
385
Putrefaction of internal organs
388
Intestinal canal
389
Heart
390
Diaphragm
391
Mummification O
392
Entomological evidence
393
Evidence from freezing point of body fluids
394
BOOK IV
395
CHAPTER XIII
397
STATE BEGULATION OF
398
Conformity to particular constitutional provisions
400
Preference between schools
404
ADMISSION TO PRACTICE
405
Methods of ascertaining fitness
405
Powers of boards of examiners generally
406
Membership in medical societies
407
Diploma from medical school
409
Physicians License 5 Pa Dist R 256
410
Examinations
412
License from another state
414
Registration
415
Locality and duration
416
Regulation of itinerants
417
WITHDRAWAL OF RIGHT TO PRACTICE
419
Expulsion from society
421
PROCEDURE OF MEDICAL BOARDS
422
Review of determination of board
423
WHAT CONSTITUTES PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
426
Vending medicines or appliances
427
Holding out as a physician
429
Action under supervision of another
430
Christian Science
431
Osteopathy
432
PENAL LIABILITY FOR VIOLATION OF REGULATIONS
433
The information or indictment
435
Proof
437
Violation of excise laws
439
CHAPTER XIV
440
Coextensive with duty to support
441
HII VARIATIONS IN PERIOD OF PREGNANCY
444
Personal character of contract
445
Warranty of cure
446
Contracts by third persons generally
448
Employment by husband or wife
449
Employment by head of family
450
Employment for servant or apprentice
452
Agency in employment of physician for another
454
Regular physician calling counsel or assistance
457
CHAPTER XVI
459
With reference to established practice
463
With reference to particular school
464
With reference to locality
465
With reference to state of profession
466
Duty in case of doubt
467
CHAPTER XVII
468
The modern rule
469
Amount under express contract
471
Amount under implied contract generally
472
Effect of professional standing nature of case and financial ability
473
Effect of failure to obtain license
474
Effect of failure to record or register
477
Failure to qualify through accident or inability
478
Effect of malpractice
479
Preference of claim
480
PROCEEDINGS FOR BECOVERY
481
Presumption and burden of proof
483
Barney 80 Hun 1 29 N Y Supp 810
484
CHAPTER XVIII
487
Municipal employment in case of epidemic
489
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490
In coroners inquests and postmortem examinations
492
In reporting dangerous diseases and conditions
495
In examining and certifying as to mental or physical condition
496
Russell 50 Hun 282 3 N Y Supp 338 497
497
CHAPTER XIX
498
Liability for ignorance and negligence generally
499
Sheppard 11 Price 127 500 513 514
500
Chicago G W R Co 110 Iowa 32 81 N W 181 615 619
502
PROCEEDINGS FOR RECOVERY OF DAMAGES
511
Hay 84 Ind 189 465 526
527
CRIMINAL LIABILITY
528
ABORTION
534
INSURANCE
541
Who are the family physicians or usual medical attendants
544
What constitutes medical attendance
545
Covenant Mut Ben Asso 153 Mass 176 10 L R A 666 25 Am
546
What constitutes good or sound health
547
What constitutes disease sickness or bodily infirmity gen erally
549
Disease in accident insurance
551
Miller 13 Iowa 128 521 526
552
Particular diseases
553
Serious or severe illness
555
Right to medical examination of body of insured
556
CHAPTER XXIV
558
CHAPTER XXV
560
People 39 N Y 245 576 578 587
561
Scope of chapter
564
Expert opinions
566
CHAPTER XXVII
569
EXPERT TESTIMONY
570
Basis of the opinion
572
Certainty
574
Subjectmatter of medical expert evidence general rules
575
Apparent condition
576
Cause of existing condition
578
Cause of death
581
Future effect of injury or disease
582
Craven 8 Ad El 2 4 Nev M 220 4 L J K B N S 35 636
583
Character and effect of and inferences from wounds
585
Proof as to blood stains
588
Proof as to poisoning
589
The question of sham or pretended injury or disease
590
The question of weight
591
State 43 Miss 473
592
Expert evidence as to other particular subjects
593
The contrary rule
594
Opinions founded on books
595
Use of books in examining witnesses
596
Use of books in argument
598
PHYSICAL EXHIBITION EXAMINATION AND INSPECTION
599
Power to compel in divorce and criminal cases
601
Compulsion in case of personal injury
603
Springfield 35 Mo App 97 605
605
PRIVILEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
606
State 14 Ind App 452 42 N E 1120 607 609 611 612 613
607
Who are physicians within the statutory prohibition
608
To what proceedings the prohibition applies
610
Winton 8 Ind 315 65 Am Dec 761 467 500
611
Right to object to disclosure
612
To what information prohibition applies
613
Kansas City St J C B R Co 50 Iowa 656 583
614
Existence of relationship of physician and patient
618
People 15 Hun 347
619
Determination as to admissibility
621
Breach of privilege as a personal injury
622
Who may waive
623
What may be waived
625
COMPENSATION OF PHYSICIANS AS WITNESSES
629
Rule allowing additional pay for opinion
630
CHAPTER XXVIII
634
Defamation by charge of general incompetency
635
Defamation by charge of error in particular case
636
Effect of failure to obtain license
637
CHAPTER XXIX
639
Effect of failure to follow proper directions
640
Medical services rendered as affecting damages
641
Wheelock 56 Vt 191 580
642
Chicago N W R Co 73 Wis 158 40 N W 657 594
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528 페이지 - When two persons perish in the same calamity, such as a wreck, a battle, or a conflagration, and it is not shown who died first, and there are no particular circumstances from which it can be inferred...
250 페이지 - Procure a glass slide, with a circular excavation in the middle, called by dealers a " concave centre," and moisten it around the edges of the cavity with a small drop of diluted glycerin.
174 페이지 - ... 5. The evidence as to X-ray burns seems to show that in the majority of cases they are easily and certainly preventable. The essential cause is still a matter of dispute. It seems not unlikely when the strange susceptibilities due to idiosyncrasy are remembered that in a small number of cases it may make a given individual especially liable to this form of injury. 6. In the recognition of foreign bodies the skiagraph is of the very greatest value ; in their localization it has occasionally failed.
530 페이지 - But when the calamity, though common to all, consists of a series of successive events, separated from each other in point of time and character, and each likely to produce death upon the several victims according to the degree of exposure to it, in such case the difference of age. sex and physical strength becomes a matter of evidence and may be considered.
192 페이지 - The implied contract of a physician or surgeon is not to cure, to restore a fractured limb to its natural perfectness, but to treat the case with diligence and skill. The fracture may be so complicated that no skill vouchsafed to man can restore original straightness and length ; or the patient may, by wilful disregard of the surgeon's directions, impair the effect of the...
386 페이지 - As one means to this end it has been the practice of different states, from time immemorial, to exact in many pursuits a certain degree of skill and learning upon which the community may confidently rely...
6 페이지 - BROTHER, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by KAY & BROTHER, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
174 페이지 - But it is earnestly recommended that the surgeon should so familiarize himself with the appearance of skiagraphs, with their distortions, with the relative values of their shadows and outlines, as to be himself the judge of their teachings, and not depend upon the interpretation of others who may lack the wide experience with surgical injury and disease necessary for the correct reading of these pictures.
251 페이지 - ... cloth, scrape with a fine, sharp knife two or three or more minute particles of the reddish substance, causing them to fall near the middle of a large, thin glass cover. Apply in close proximity to them a very small drop of...
250 페이지 - ... objective, and tested by the adjustment of the spectroscopic eye-piece. After a little practice it will be found quite possible to modify the bands by the addition of sulphuret of sodium solution, as advised by Preyer. In order to compare the delicacy of my plan with that of Mr.

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