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Archive » 2007 » 2 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Family Medicine » Archive » Medical field » Fields » Forensic Medicine »

Duties and Functions of a General Practitioner in Forensic Medicine

 
Abstract:

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This article discusses and presents some of the most common duties and functions of a gen­eral practitioner and family medicine doctor in the field of forensic medicine. These include the collection of bodily fluids for alcohol testing, assessment of bodily injuries, local inspec­tion and inspection of a corpse, medical attestation and certificate, recording of medical information and provision of medical information.

Authors:
Balažic Jože

Keywords:
forensic medicine, primary health care

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 2007; 46: 187–91.

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