Conflicting Cultural Attitudes About Autopsies
Orlowski, James P.
Vinicky, Janicemarie K.
Journal of Clinical Ethics. 1993 Summer; 4(2): 195-197.
...Despite these [sociologic and anthropologic] reservations and the limitations of any retrospective and nonrandomized study, the article by Perkins, Supik, and Hazuda ["Autopsy decisions: the possibility of conflicting cultural attitudes,"
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