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MedPulse International Journal of Forensic Medicine
(Print ISSN: 2579-0935) (Online ISSN: 2636-4735)

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Medpulse International Journal of Forensic Medicine (MIJOFMT) is a leading journal that reflects the whole field of Forensic medicine & Toxicology.

Medpulse International Journal of Forensic Medicine (MIJOFMT) is an open access, peer-reviewed medical journal. The journal's full text is available online at http://medpulse.in/Forensic%20Medicine/index.php. The journal allows free access to its contents. Medpulse International Journal of Forensic Medicine is dedicated to publishing research in Forensic medical science from all disciplines and areas of medical science or practice.

The types of articles accepted include original research articles, review articles, editorial, medical news, case reports, adverse drug reactions, short communications, correspondence. It is published Quarterly and available in print and online version.

All Contents of Published articles with Medpulse International Journal of Forensic Medicine are preserve digitally with PORTICO

Volume 19 - July to September 2021 - (Current Issue)

Last date for Paper Submission: 25-September-2021

Publisher: Medpulse Publishing Corporation | Nigeria | India

Submit your Manuscript to editor@medpulse.in, atulvw@gmail.com

DOI prefix: 10.26611
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Abbreviation The correct abbreviation for abstracting and indexing purposes is Med Int J of Forensic Medicine