Articles from Aids To Forensic Medicine And Toxicology
Alcohol Ether And Chloroform
The Mineral Acids
Symptoms And Post-mortem Appearances Of Different Classes Of Poisons
Incised Wounds And Those Accompanied By Solution Of Continuity
Antimony And Its Preparations
Copper And Its Preparations
Presumption Of Death; Survivorship
The liniment, oil, and spirit have been poisonous in large dose.
Symptoms.--Odour of breath, languor, giddiness, faintness, dimness of
vision, difficulty of breathing, delirium, convulsions, with hot skin,
flushed face, and dilated pupils.
Fatal Dose.--Thirty grains.
=Cocculus Indicus.=--The fruit of Anamirta cocculus. Contains a
poisonous active principle, picrotoxin; used to adulterate beer, and by
poachers to stupefy fish.
Symptoms.--Convulsions, followed by stupor and complete loss of
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