Estimation of sex from the metric assessment of digital hand radiographs in a Western Australian population.

@article{DeSilva2014EstimationOS,
  title={Estimation of sex from the metric assessment of digital hand radiographs in a Western Australian population.},
  author={Rebecca DeSilva and Ambika Flavel and Daniel Franklin},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2014},
  volume={244},
  pages={314.e1-7}
}
The forensic anthropologist is responsible for contributing to the identification of an unknown by constructing a biological profile from their skeletal remains. Towards achieving this goal, anthropologists can apply population and temporally specific standards with known error margins to morphometric data collected from a decedent. Recent research relating to the formulation of sex estimation standards has focussed on the assessment of bones other than the traditionally favoured pelvis and… CONTINUE READING
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