Bite Mark And Agreement

Keywords: bite traces; analysis of bite traces; comparison of bite marks; teething; forensics; Mark; dentistry; Teeth. Comparing the characteristics of a bite mark injury with a suspect`s teeth may be necessary during a criminal investigation. A review of the bite mark analysis literature was conducted to determine the value of this evidence. Bite marks in the skin are complex lesions, consisting of abrasions, lacerations and bruises caused by the crushing effect of teeth and related structures. Front-line investigators must recognize and interpret these characteristics, but no standard method of collecting or comparing information has been agreed. Many classifications of bite mark types have been proposed, but do not appear to support brand analysis. Bite and suction force tests were inconclusive. Information on the accuracy and reproducibility of the representation of dentition by tissue pathology is insufficient. Histological analyses and collagen staining techniques have tried to define the area of injury in detail, but have only limited application. The quality of the brand is determined by many intrinsic and extrinsic factors.

Distortion and shrinkage of tissues lead to dimensioned disturbances that must be eliminated before comparison. There is no method to quantify and correct these distortions. The investigator should be aware that self-inflicted marks are common in children and that other events can reproduce bite mark lesions. The most widely used methods of comparing bite marks use an intermediate model, which is created from the suspicious dentition and, if superimposed on a photo at the scale of the injury, shows the concordance. There is no agreement on the individuality of the human dentition, the minimum of correspondence necessary to positively identify the aggressor and the precision with which the tissue pathology can represent these details. It is concluded that a comparison of bite marks can only exclude one suspect and should not be used for positive identification. احفظ اسمي، بريدي الإلكتروني، والموقع الإلكتروني في هذا المتصفح لاستخدامها المرة المقبلة في تعليقي. . .

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