2019
DOI: 10.17986/blm.2019252273
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Abstract: Objectives: Estimating stature from long extremity bones, such as femur, humerus, is commonly usedduring forensic examinations. The aim of this study is to estimate stature by anthropometric measurements of right and left-hands second (2D) and fourth digit (4D) lengths. Method:The sample group consisted of 140 young adults, 70 male and 70 females (aged 21-19 years), whose 2D and 4D lengths were measured (using digital vernier caliper) of their left and right hands. One measurement was taken directly from… Show more

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“…9 Since bones are the hardest and most durable structures, they are commonly used. 9,13,14 Though DNA analysis is more authentic, it is expensive and requires special tools and time. 4,5,15 Hence anthropological preliminary reports can support the primary findings.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…9 Since bones are the hardest and most durable structures, they are commonly used. 9,13,14 Though DNA analysis is more authentic, it is expensive and requires special tools and time. 4,5,15 Hence anthropological preliminary reports can support the primary findings.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%