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Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3)

ORIGINAL ARTICLES  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 133-40

Permanent work-induced hearing loss. Proposed method to determine its onset and aggravation

Albera R., Beatrice F.

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REVIEWS  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 141-54

Legislative and legal medical aspects regarding sexual violence considering the recent modifications in the criminal law

De Rosa G., Graziano E., Di Meo M., Lisi C., Cantaniello G., Zullo S.

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REVIEWS  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 155-66

Deontology and law in the assisted reproductive technologies of unmarried couples

Molinelli F., Gacci P., Coccia M. E.

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INSURANCE MEDICINE  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 167-74

Therapy with iontophoresis. Legal medical observation

Mondini P.

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FORENSIC AND INSURANCE ODONTOSTOMATOLOGY  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 175-8

An incorrect clinical approach to tooth injuries as the possible cause of undue indemnity

Spinas E., Altana M.

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FORENSIC AND INSURANCE ODONTOSTOMATOLOGY  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 179-84

Remarks on the forensic dentistry specialist

Robetti I.

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CASE REPORT  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 185-92

Accidental electric injuries using carbon fibre fishing rods. Medicolegale findings, technical construction of materials and safety precaution

Messina R., Bertino M., Franco M. V., Boschi G.

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CASE REPORT  

Minerva Medicolegale 1999 September;119(3): 193-7

Autoptic surprise: rupture of the superior vena cava in a case of suspected death caused by contrastographic accident. A case study and medicolegal comments

Marinelli E., Zaami S.

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