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|Title:||Bite mark or bottle top?|
|Citation:||Journal of Forensic Sciences, 2004; 49(1):119-121|
|Publisher:||Amer Soc Testing Materials|
|Abstract:||An alleged assault was reported by a 42-year-old female, with initial medical examination revealing an apparent bite mark on the right buttock. Odontological examination, including visual assessment, full history and photographs showed that the injury did not meet the class characteristics of a human bite. Subsequent digital overlay production showed that the injury pattern was consistent with a corrugated bottle top. This case highlights the need for careful assessment of injuries alleged to be caused by human teeth.|
|Keywords:||digital overlay; differential diagnosis; forensic science; bottle top; forensic odontology; bite mark analysis|
|Description:||Copyright © 2004 ASTM|
|Provenance:||Published online 22 December 2003.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dentistry publications|
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