Forensic Pathology

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

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Sex Determination from Skeletal Remains

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Age Determination from Skeletal Remains

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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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Mechanical Injuries

Seminal fluid Analysis in forensics

Seminal fluid is a complex mixture of secretions from at least four male urogenital glands. The seminal vesicle gland contributes approximately 60% to this mixture, the prostate gland contributes approximately 30%, and the combined contribution of the epididymis and bulbourethral glands account for the remaining 10%.

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Urine Analysis

INTRODUCTION Detecting and identifying body fluids at a crime scene can provide essential information about a crime or incident and the people involved. Like other physical flood forensic experts or scientists may be asked to recognize the presence of urine in cases such as harassment, rape or murder.

Weight of Organs in Human Body

Heaviest Organ of Human Body is Liver while Lightest Organ is Lung. The weight of organ is help to determine that whether it is normal or pathological.

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