Anishta Allock

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Determination of stature from fragmented human remains is vital part of forensic investigation for the purpose of identification. The present study was aimed to modelling the stature both for male and female separately on the basis of craniofacial dimensions. The study was conducted on 150 young and healthy students (75 males and 75 females) in the age(More)
Gender determination is an important aspect of personal identification, which is often required in medicolegal practice. Many experts believe that there are finer and more epidermal ridges on the fingers of women as compared with men. However, it is important to establish numerical cut-off values in terms of ridge counts to facilitate the gender(More)
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