Modern Medical Toxicology (V V Pillay)

The need for a book exclusively designed to meet the needs of Indian physicians was dire and it was at such a time that author wrote the first edition of Modern Medical Toxicology, taking great care to incorporate only information that was current and practically useful. In order to make it interesting to medical students, author had included a number of case histories, anecdotes and quotations. But, over a period of time, author realised that the information content with regard to toxicology for medicos had improved considerably in recent textbooks of forensic medicine (a possible, positive fallout of MMT) and the focus, therefore, should shift exclusively to physicians.


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