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J0AJ3EAR1S, M.D. F.R.S. F.L.S.
FELLOW OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS;
J. S. M.FONBLANQUE, Esq.
BARRISTER AT LAW.
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IN THREE VOLUMES.
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PART III continued.
15. A Synopsis of the Objects of Inquiry in Cases of sudden and mysterious Sickness and Death,—Commentary thereon, including practical rules for Dissection.—16 Abortion and Infanticide,—with Physiological Illustrations.—17. Of Criminal Responsibility, and Pleas in bar of Execution.—18. Of Punishments 19. Postscript.
A SYNOPSIS OF THE OBJECTS OF INQUIRY IN CASES OF SUDDEN, AND MYSTERIOUS SICKNESS, AND DEATH.
TUB PATIENT IS LIVING, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IS REQUIRED.
Account given by the patient and his friends.—How far their report deserves credit.—Whether there be any external injuries.—Previous state of the patient, with respect to bodily health and strength.—The age and occupation of the individual in question.— season of the year.—Present symptoms of the patient; with the circumstances of their accession, progress, intensity, and duration. — Whether any similar attack has been experienced by himself at any previous period, or by any part of his family and friends at the present time; and whether the latter have felt any degree of nausea or uneasiness.—■ What remedies have been employed, by whom recommended, and by whom administered.—Nature of the food last taken as to quantity and quality. Whether the patient had observed any unusual flavour, or grittiness in his food.—Condition and nature of the utensils in which it was cooked.—Appearance of the evacuations. Vol. in. A