Obtaining Consent for Autopsy: Consent for Autopsy Is Usually Obtained by the Consultant in Charge of the Case. Given the Detailed Information Now Required, Should Pathologists Take on This Role?
McDermott, Michael B.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 2003 October 4; 327(7418): 804- 806
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