Soft tissue thickness values for black and coloured South African children aged 6-13 years.

Abstract

In children, craniofacial changes due to facial growth complicate facial approximations and require specific knowledge of soft tissue thicknesses (STT). The lack of South African juvenile STT standards of particular age groups, sex and ancestry is problematic. According to forensic artists in the South African Police Service the use of African-American… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2015.04.015

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@article{Briers2015SoftTT, title={Soft tissue thickness values for black and coloured South African children aged 6-13 years.}, author={Nanette Briers and T M Briers and Piet Johannes Becker and Maryna Steyn}, journal={Forensic science international}, year={2015}, volume={252}, pages={188.e1-10} }