Determination of gender by measuring the size of the maxillary sinuses in computerized tomography scans

@article{Teke2006DeterminationOG,
  title={Determination of gender by measuring the size of the maxillary sinuses in computerized tomography scans},
  author={Hacer Yaşar Teke and S Pacheco Dur{\'a}n and Nergis Canturk and Gurol Canturk},
  journal={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={9-13}
}
Identification of corpses is a difficult forensic procedure and it is mandated by laws and social rules. Comparison of ante mortem and post-mortem medical records, such as dental documents, plays an important role in the identification of corpses. However, typical identification methods may be inconclusive, especially when certain extreme post-mortem changes have developed. Gender has long been determined from the skull, the pelvis and the long bones with an epiphysis and a metaphysis in… CONTINUE READING
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