Holographic topometry for a dense visualization of soft tissue for facial reconstruction.

Abstract

Facial reconstruction can be used as a forensic technique to identify a person, when no other identification method is applicable. The facial soft tissue thickness applied to the skull is crucial when performing an accurate facial reconstruction. Historically, scientists developed several techniques to measure the soft tissue of the face. It was their aim… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12024-009-9078-8

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@article{Prieels2009HolographicTF, title={Holographic topometry for a dense visualization of soft tissue for facial reconstruction.}, author={Frank Prieels and Sven Hirsch and Peter Hering}, journal={Forensic science, medicine, and pathology}, year={2009}, volume={5 1}, pages={11-6} }