Forensic Anthropology

forensic Anthropology

Challenges and Solutions in the field of Forensic Anthropology

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Stature Estimation From Finger Length Of The Indian Population

One of the most significant and practical anthropometric factors that characterizes a person’s physical identity is stature or body height. They are crucial for identifying people in the case of homicides, accidents, or natural disasters. Most often the personal identity of the deceased is a mystery in medico legal cases. It is widely used in the forensic identification. Stature  estimation is  an  essential element  of  medico-legal investigation  when the identification  of  unknown  dismembered remains are involved. In order to assess body size for the purpose of identification, anthropologists frequently utilize and medical scientists have adopted anthropometric techniques. In this study, the stature examination from the finger length is conducted. A total of two hundred samples  [hundred males and hundred females] were collected for the examination.


Approaches to forensic tools and procedures for absolute human identification based on physical and molecular principles

skull superimposition

Critical Analysis On Skull Superimposition Techniques

Estimation of Stature from Skeletal Remains with Special Reference to Long Bones

decoration made with human skulls

Sex Determination from Skeletal Remains

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Age Determination from Skeletal Remains

a various x ray imaging of a person s bones

Genetic and Congenital Anomalies

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Personal Identification Technique and their Importance in determination of Age and Sex

Comparative Skeletal Anatomy of Human and Non-Human

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