2 edition of Bibliography of medico-legal works in English. found in the catalog.
Bibliography of medico-legal works in English.
Robert P Brittain
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|Number of Pages||252|
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[Robert P Brittain; Roger Fray Greenwood Ormrod; British Academy of Forensic Sciences,] Bibliography of Medico-legal Works in English. London and South Hackensack, N.J. Sweet & Maxwell Limited ; Fred B. Rothman & Co. xx, pages. 8vo. Red cloth with printed light blue dj. Minor wear and soiling to the dj, plus two closed tears to the top :// /bibliography-of-medico-legal-works-in-english.
Bibliography of medico-legal works in English by Robert P. Brittain ; with a foreword by Roger Fray Greenwood Ormrod Sweet & Maxwell, F.
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