Definition of Forensic pathology
1. Noun. The branch of medical science that uses medical knowledge for legal purposes. "Forensic pathology provided the evidence that convicted the murderer"
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forensic Pathology
Literary usage of Forensic pathology
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Practices and Procedures of the Investigating Services of the Deparment edited by Strom Thurmond (1998)
"This graduate-level program provides additional emphasis on forensic pathology, anatomy, and advanced research. Training of agents is a continual process. ..."
2. Guatemala, Getting Away with Murder: An Americas Watch and Physicians for by Americas Watch Committee (U.S.), Anne Manuel, Physicians for Human Rights (U.S.) (1991)
"... of the Supreme Court.27 Guatemala's forensic doctors receive no training in forensic pathology and many have no training in anatomic pathology. ..."
3. In a Time of Torture: The Assault on Justice in Egypt's Crackdown on by Human Rights Watch (Organization)., Human Rights Watch (2004)
"... when remembered, as without medical worth.398 Dr. Lorna Martin, professor of forensic pathology at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, ..."