medical jurisprudence

medical jurisprudence


Origin:
1780–90

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medical jurisprudence
 
n
another name for forensic medicine

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medical jurisprudence n.
See forensic medicine.

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medical jurisprudence

science that deals with the relation and application of medical facts to legal problems. Medical persons giving legal evidence may appear before courts of law, administrative tribunals, inquests, licensing agencies, boards of inquiry or certification, or other investigative bodies

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