Court of Appeals Record on Appeal

Court of Appeals Record on Appeal

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... Wound No. 1 114 and Wound No. 2 and I found that the tissues underneath showed signs of hemorrhage. This wound was superficial. Wound No. 1 is the nart of its entrance and Wound No. 2 is the part of exit of 1 bullet wound. The usual incision was made to open the chest and abdominal cavities, and the organs were exposed. T found that the left lung was adherent throughout by old adhesions, and the chest cavity was filled with fluid blood. The left lung was collaosed. The right chest 116 George Mord--For People--Direct..5 cavity contained a small amount of fluid blood. The abdominal cavity contained considerable fluid and clotted blood. The left lung shows a bullet wound a quarter of an inch in diameter in the lower lobe at its lower border, posteriorly. The right lung shows congestion of the lower lobe; otherwise normal. The heart sac, or pericardial sac, contains one dram of fluid, and the heart on section shows the muscles and valves normal. Wound No. 3, being a bullet wound, shows that it entered the left chest cavity between the sixth and seventh ribs. It took a downward course, puncturing the diaphragm, entered the abdominal cavity, punctured the stomach at its greater curvature, posteriorly, went through the stomach entering the liver, through the posterior portion of the right lobe of the liver. The point of exit in the liver is at the upper third of the right lobe in the front; went through the diaphragm on the right side and over the tenth rib. and was found in the muscles opposite the tenth rib. All the other organs were normal, and from the above examination and autopsy, I came to the conclusion that the cause of death was internal hemorrhage due to bullet wound of the chest. Q. And that man's entire system and organs were in a...
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  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 476g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236849671
  • 9781236849670