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Stature estimation using the sternum in a Thai population

Jeamamornrat V, Monum T, Keereewan W, Mahakkanukrauh P

Stature estimation is an important process of biological profile analysis for the identification of skeletal remains. In forensic practice, non-long bones might be needed for estimating stature, in case long bones...
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Needles in the Lungs: An Autopsy Case of Pulmonary Ossification in a Putrefied Body

Park YI, Heo JH, Ko YS, Song HS, Ham SH, Na JY

Forensic autopsy is performed to investigate a death. However, this is difficult in some cases, particularly in putrefied bodies. Pulmonary ossification is a rare pathological process, characterized by progressive and...
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Quantitative and qualitative evaluation on the accuracy of three intraoral scanners for human identification in forensic odontology

Bae EJ, Woo EJ

The purpose of this study was to analyze the accuracy of intra oral scanner (IOS) to confirm the applicability of IOS for the recording and analysis of tooth morphology in...
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Assessment of maturation stages and the accuracy of age estimation methods in a Turkish population: A comparative study

Magat G, Ozcan S

Purpose This study assessed the associations between chronological age, dental maturation (DM), cervical vertebrae maturation (CVM), and hand-wrist maturation (HWM) in individuals aged 9-19 years. In addition, this study aimed to...
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Forensic Anthropological Studies using Korean CT Data: The Present and the Future

Woo EJ, Jeong Y

Computed tomography (CT) allows to inspect and identify the internal features of human tissues in a non-destructive way and to reconstruct their three-dimensional (3D) morphology. Nowadays, CT data have become...
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Can a spontaneous smile invalidate facial identification by photo-anthropometry?

Viana Pinto PH, Rodrigues CHP, Rozatto JR, Rodrigues da Silva AMB, Bruni AT, Rodrigues da Silva MAM, Alves da Silva RH

Purpose Using images in the facial image comparison process poses a challenge for forensic experts due to limitations such as the presence of facial expressions. The aims of this study were...
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New Death Investigation System in Japan

Huh GY

Since after World War II, the death investigation system in Japan has been a dual system; with or without medical examiners. In areas without medical examiners, death investigation focused...
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A pilot study of an automated personal identification process: Applying machine learning to panoramic radiographs

Ortiz AG, Soares GH, Rosa GCd, Haye Biazevic MG, Michel-Crosato E

Purpose This study aimed to assess the usefulness of machine learning and automation techniques to match pairs of panoramic radiographs for personal identification. Materials and Methods Two hundred panoramic radiographs from 100 patients...
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A Literature Review on the Growth Rate Experiment for Necrophagous Fly Species Commonly Observed in Korea and Consideration for Minimum Postmortem Interval Estimation

Youm KJ, Kang TM, Shin SE, Wang AR, Ko KS, Park SH

Estimation of the minimum post-mortem interval (PMI-min) by means of forensic entomology is mainly based on the results of the growth rate studies on necrophagous flies. However, results of these...
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iDENTIfyme Informative Campaign: Raising Forensic Dental Identification Awareness in the Community

Nuzzolese E

The identification of human remains can be performed visually through families and next-of-kin, but it is not advisable to rely only on visual recognition; instead, it is preferable to conduct...
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Changes in Diagnosis of Poisoning in Patients in the Emergency Room Using Systematic Toxicological Analysis with the National Forensic Service

Lee JS, Cha YS, Yeon S, Kim TY, Lee Y, Choi JG, Cha KC, Lee KH, Kim H

Background: It is difficult to diagnose patients with poisoning and determine the causative agent in the emergency room. Usually, the diagnosis of such patients is based on their medical history...
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Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction among Forensic Psychiatric Nurses

Lee EY, Gang M

Purpose: The aim of the study was to identify the influencing factors for job satisfaction among forensic psychiatric nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study design was used. Participants were 90 forensic...
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Prevalence of Gait Features in Healthy Adolescents and Adults

Kim NT, Moon SJ, Park MS, Lee KM, Choi KJ, Choi WY, Sung KH

Forensic gait analysis is the identification of individuals by their gait style and walking characteristics. This study aimed to examine the prevalence of gait patterns in healthy adolescents and adults....
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Pictorial Identification Key for Blowflies (Diptera, Calliphoridae) of Potential Forensic Importance in Korea

Ji BH, Park SH, Moon TY

The aim of this study was to investigate necrophagous blowflies to confirm their forensic importance in criminal investigations and to produce a pictorial key to easily identify blowflies that are...
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Review of Court-Ordered Treatment in New York State

Park J, Choi J, Choe YM, Sohn BK

In recent decades, laws for involuntary treatment have evolved in ways that protect human rights as well as public safety. Globally, many nations have legislation for psychiatric patients that provide...
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Subdural Hemorrhage Related to Vitamin K Deficiency in an Infant with Choledochal Cyst

Park S, Cha JG, Choi BH

The deceased was a 6-month-old male infant who was transferred to the hospital due to jaundice and vomiting. During admission, subdural hemorrhage and retinal hemorrhage were observed; additionally, a rib...
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Carrion Beetles (Coleoptera, Silphidae) of Potential Forensic Importance and Their Pictorial Identification Key by User-Friendly Characters in Korea

Park SH, Moon TY

To date, 26 species of silphid beetles in nine genera within two subfamilies have been recorded in Korea, among which, we examined necrophilous and necrobiont silphids with the aim of...
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Development of the Forensic Nursing Competency Scale for Nurses

Jo NY, Kim MH, Lee YM

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Proposal of the Autopsy Guideline for Infectious Diseases: Preparation for the Post-COVID-19 Era (abridged translation)

Kim MY, Cheong H, Kim HS

With the rapidly spreading coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic over the past few months, the world is facing an unprecedented crisis. Innumerable lives have been lost to this novel infectious...
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Fatal Complications of Dental Implant Surgery: An Autopsy Case Report

Jung Y, Lim S, Ko Y, Jang S, Park H

Dental implants have become a popular and rapidly advancing technique to replace missing teeth. They have increasingly been used in the past few decades and have been associated with an...
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