The first intention attendance certificate of the injured party: Necessary and urgent review from the perspective of the Cuban Penal Code

Norge Estupiñán Rodríguez, Abel Gallardo Sarmiento, Ercilio A Vento Canosa, Lisandra Vecino Madruga

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In the present work, it is shown that one of the most important medical legal actions in the crime of injuries is the first intention assistance of the injured with the corresponding initial medical certification and complaint of the crime of injuries. A critical review and update of the first intention assistance certificate of an injured person is carried out, as one of the most important medical legal documents issued by the attending physician; however, its correct preparation is far from being adequate, proven by various works and by the empirical observation of those who deal with it on a daily basis. Studies by various authors show that ignorance of the classification of injuries according to the Cuban penal code, difficulties in the anatomical description and in the medical-legal prognosis of injuries are the main deficiencies detected in the process of preparing the certificate of attendance of first intention of the injured party.

Keywords: Legal Medicine, Certificate, Injurie


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25009/revmedforense.v6i1.2880

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REVISTA MEXICANA DE MEDICINA FORENSE Y CIENCIAS DE LA SALUD, Revista de Divulgación del INSTITUTO DE MEDICINA FORENSE de la UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA.

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