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The present study is conducted to assess the accuracy and role of few metric and morphological parameters in determination of the sex of dry adult human mandible of North Indian origin. The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine.

Bones are an important tool for it and among human bones the pelvis and the skull are the most reliable source for sex determination. The Study is conducted on 50 dry intact human adult mandibles of North Indian origin. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Forensic Medicine and Anatomy ResearchVol.

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Rahul SinghSuniti R. In the absence of complete pelvis, mandi-ble becomes the important source for sex determination since mandible is the most durable and movable part of skull that can resist postmortem changes. A Generalized Symbolic Thomas Algorithm. Thomas- Forensic osteology – hunan 0 Reviews.

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It is concluded that bigonial breadth and bicondylar breadth exhibit the sexual dimorphism. Later Years I Suture Closure.

The metric parameters i. In forensic science the identification of a human is based on three important factors: Thomas Precession by Uniform Acceleration and Gravity. American Negro American whites amputation angle Anth average bone lengths bone weights bony breadth cadaver calcaneus centers Clavicle correlation cranial diam diameter diaphysis dimensions distal dorsal endocranial epiphyseal estimate facial femur Fibula Figure follows formulae fossa frontal greater sciatic notch Greulich head Hrdlicka Hu1rus human humerus identification iliac crest ilium individual inlet Innominate ischium Krogman the human skeleton in forensic medicine krogman long bones lower Male Female male white mandible margin McKern and Stewart measurements medial Metacarpal Metatarsal nasal Negro males orbit ossification Pearson pelvis phalanx posterior proximal pubic symphysis pubis race radiography radius ribs sagittal Sassouni scapula sciatic notch sex differences shaft significant c11lation skeletal weight skeleton skull stage stature surface suture closure Table Terry Collection tibia Tibm Todd traits transverse Trotter and Gleser Ulna union upper variable ventral vertebrae whites and Negroes x-ray films.

These parameters uhman together may determine the sex of adult human mandibles. Age, Sex and Stature. The present study shows that the mandible is an important tool in the determination of gender with high accuracy.

Non-metric parameters being observed are the morphological features like thd flaring, muscular markings and shape of angle of symphysis menti. Common terms and phrases 1ibia 1otal adult AJPA n.

Gonion flaring, muscular markings and shape of angle of symphysis menti also demonstrate the sexual dimorphism. Clinical Effects of Hydrogen Administration: Evolution of Anthropometric Parameters on Antiretroviral Treatment.