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The authors consider the current state of the issue of the diagnostic capabilities of vital and postmortem determination of the biological age of the individual on the basis of morphological variability of bone and cartilage structures of the body, teeth, nails, skin. They note that despite almost century of experience in conducting research to determine the age of corpses and individual, there are a lot of unlit moments. Macroscopic morphological methods of assessing external parameters havedoi:10.19048/fm317 fatcat:p7lyea4sxbb4diz53wzz2lkbra