from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to law as affected by medical facts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to medical jurisprudence, or to law as affected by medical facts.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. pertaining to legal aspects of the practice of medicine (as malpractice or patient consent for operations or patient information)
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This is even the case in Australia (my home) where we have lower medico-legal litigation than the US.
He retired early but still does a lot of medico-legal work.
The would-be reformers could have built on this record with important changes like breaking down anticompetitive barriers, reducing administrative waste, eliminating mandate-created distortions of the health insurance market, and reasonable reforms to a medico-legal liability system run amok.
If for a medico-legal purpose, the patient is forced by their employer to see an abusive hired gun, that the traumatic damage to the patient can be severe.
Exceptional forensic/medico-legal investigative skills?
Don't give medico-legal advice over the phone, I guess.
Without treating a given individual as a patient, medico-legal restrictions prevent me from answering these kinds of questions.
This is not intended to be a medico-legal discussion.
The victim who was beaten black and blue was asked by the attending medical intern to get his medico-legal the following day because the signature or approval has yet to be signed by concerned hospital officials.
Baguio City – A government hospital in this mountain resort city north of the Philippines seemed not in anyway doing enough changes in their administrative functions as to improve the services they sworn to protect and provide to the people in need of medical care and other things related to giving medico-legal to patients who are victim of unnecessary crimes against person and property.