Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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ASSESSMENT OF MANDIBULAR FLEXURE FOR SEXUAL DIMORPHISM: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY
Dr. S. Padmavathi , Dr. Anuradha Ganesan , Dr. Kannan.A , Dr. Krithika.C.L , Dr. Swathi.K.V
Abstract
n forensic medicine, distinguishing proof of age and sexual orientation is vital, furthermore, it plays a fundamental part in deciding one's personality. The skeletal parts frequently explored for sexual dimorphism are the pelvis and skull, with the mandible being a reasonable component to investigate sexual dimorphism in the divided bones.
Keywords
mandibular ramus flexure, sexual dimorphism, orthopantomogram, forensic odontology, disaster victim identification.
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