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Identification of Sex from Foramen Magnum of Egyptian Skulls Using Three Dimensional Computed Tomography
Ain Shams Journal of Forensic Medicine and Clinical Toxicology
All rights reserved. Abstract Sex determination from skeletons is an important research subject in forensic medicine. This study aimed to evaluate the sexual dimorphism in the Egyptian skulls based on foramen magnum and some cranial measurements. Methodology: The present study was performed on 100 adult Egyptian patients of both sexes. Multi-Slice Computerized Tomography (MSCT) scan were obtained and reconstruction of 3D models for the cranium was performed. Various parameters related to thedoi:10.21608/ajfm.2014.19158 fatcat:ggcmhlbl3zck7lmiiffxtyycui