Al-Jinayah al-'amd lil-tabib 'ala al-a'da' al-bashariyah
Ibrahím, Muhammad Yusri
[S.l.], Egypt: Dar al-Yusr lil-Tiba' ah wa al-Nashr, 2004: 845 p.
The book consists of four main chapters: rulings pertaining to homicide and lesser offences including medical surgery; criminal liability of physicians under sharia; examples of premeditated offences of physicians including homicide and lesser offence; crime of removing human organs by means of medical surgery and its implications.
Abortion; Body Parts and Fluids; Crime; Criminal Law; Consent; Ethics; Euthanasia; Human Experimentation; Hymen Reconstruction; Homicide; Illegal Abortion; Informed Consent; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Jurisprudence; Killing; Law; Legal Liability; Liability; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Professional Ethics; Punishment; Refusal to Treat; Sex Change Surgery; Sharia; Sterilization; Surgery; Tissue Banks; Transsexualism; Religious Ethics; Malpractice; Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups;
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