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September-December 2014 | Vol 6 | Issue  3   Current issueRSS Feed
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Is the research of lip prints and palatal rugae undertaken in India a misdirected endeavor? An opinion based on trends in publication in this journal and international journals
Ashith B Acharya
Over the last half decade or so, I have read with delight as the number of articles on forensic odontology coming out of India has risen steadily. The profession owes its gratitude to dentists of diff...
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Review Article
Transposition of teeth: A forensic perspective
Supriya Nambiar, Subraya Mogra, Surendra Shetty
Dental identification plays a key role in mass casualties and is usually based on disturbances of tooth eruption, malocclusions and/or previous dental treatments, changes brought about by age, patholo...
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Review Article
Utility of dental records in forensic sciences
Alpana Kanwar, Neeraj Grover, JD Sunitha, Neelakshi Singh, Alok Kumar
Dentistry can help in identification of a person as teeth are the most resistant structure in the body, able to survive temperatures of 1600°C and remain intact long after other soft or skeletal ...
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