Handbook Of Forensic Odontology
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- Publisher:Mahi Publication
Ÿ Critical examination –gender, ethnicity, build, wounds, scars, tatoos Ÿ Photographic evidence, radiographic techniques, analysis of fingerprints, or scrapings from finger nail and hair sample are utilized depending upon the need in the particular case may be obtained. Ÿ In the post mortem procedures, one of the important components is the examination of the oral cavity. Ÿ Rigor mortis - use of mouth gags or intra oral myotomy is essential for jaw separation. Ÿ Thorough examination of soft tissues injuries, fractures, each tooth (carious, restored, missing) should be noticed.