Anthropometry in Forensic Medicine and Forensic Science- 'Forensic Anthropometry'

@inproceedings{Krishan2018AnthropometryIF,
  title={Anthropometry in Forensic Medicine and Forensic Science- 'Forensic Anthropometry'},
  author={K. Krishan},
  year={2018}
}
Anthropometry is a series of systematized measuring techniques that express quantitatively the dimensions of the human body and skeleton. Anthropometry is often viewed as a traditional and perhaps the basic tool of biological anthropology, but it has a long tradition of use in forensic sciences and it is finding increased use in medical sciences especially in the discipline of forensic medicine. It is highly objective and reliable in the hands of trained anthropometrists. The significance and… Expand
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