Unnatural death

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For the novel by Dorothy L Sayers, see Unnatural Death.

Unnatural death is a category used by coroners or Medical Examiners and vital statistics specialists for classifying all human deaths not properly describable as death by natural causes. Hence it would include events such as:

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  1. ^ Forensic Medicine for Lawyers. London: Tottel Publishing. 2008. pp. 278–287. ISBN 1-84592-241-7.