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Dental Human Identification using Radiographic Records of Oral Implant Placement – a Case Report


Abstract: Dental identification of charred bodies consists of a complex procedure, making necessary the investigation of especially unique dental identifiers. In parallel, Implantology has become more accessible worldwide.


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A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Forensic Identification of a Late Discovery Victim of a Motorcycle Accident


Abstract: This paper presents a case of a late discovery of a motorcycle accident victim. The fact that the remains were almost skeletonized required the input of several


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Socioeconomic Demographic Study of Suicide among the People in a Southern Town Berhampur of Odisha State (India)


Abstract: Suicide is a worldwide problem affecting mostly the Asian countries like India. The aim of the present study was to specify the risk factors. The study was carried out on 434 established cases of suicide out of 1701 cases of all medico legal autopsies.


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Post-Implant Morphological Changes of Mammary Tissue: Polyvinyl Sponge (Ivalon) vs. Silicone Breast Prosthesis


Abstract: We report histomorphological changes of the capsules associated with Polyvinyl (Ivalon) sponge and silicone breast prosthesis implants, were removed from two Caucasian female cadavers between the ages of 50 and 80, and histologically analyze the reactions of the surrounding breast tissue to each type of breast implant.

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Suicidal Ingestion of a Caustic Substance: A Case Report

Abstract In infants and children accidental ingestion of caustic substances can occur, in adults otherwise chemical exposure may be related to suicidal behaviors. Acid or alkali agents can cause chemical burns from mild to
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