Medico-Legal Notes


was poisoned with dhatura, she died at about noon of 9th May 1901. Her body was examined at 8-30 A.M. the next day, i.e., twenty hours and a half after death. Signs of decomposition: Body muscular, swollen and emphysematous; face of dark bluish colour ; bloody froth escaped from the nostrils and mouth. Several vesicles appealed on the swollen arms, neck and chest. Abdomen distended; escape of faeces through the

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@inproceedings{Singh2016MedicoLegalN, title={Medico-Legal Notes}, author={Purno Chander Singh}, booktitle={The Indian medical gazette}, year={2016} }