Book review. Medicine for Lawyers.
Journal of Medical Ethics, 32, (4), . (doi:10.1136/jme.2005.013961).
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This book is intended to assist lawyers working in medicolegal fields by enabling them to commission an expert witness to write a medical report, and by endowing them with sufficient knowledge of medical practice to interpret the report. It consists of fifteen chapters, each regarding a different area of medical or surgical specialty, and each written by an expert or experts in the relevant field
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