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  1. Rectus sheath hematoma is a condition where blood is accumulated within the sheath of the rectus abdominis muscle. It is caused by the rupture of either the superior or inferior epigastric artery or from a dir...

    Authors: Akma Nurain Fairuz Mahamad Arif and Sharifah Safoorah Syed Alwee Al’Aidrus
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:23
  2. Abruptio placentae is a complication of pregnancy that can lead to uterine rupture, increasing maternal and fetal mortality, especially when there is a lack of medical outreach in remote areas.

    Authors: Arun Kumar Jaiswani, Utkarsh Tripathi, Snigdha Jain Bansal, Vartika Singh and Kanchan Jaiswani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:22
  3. Studies on the insect fauna of animal corpses, used as a vertebrate model, may help forensic investigation cases to estimate the post-mortem-interval (PMI), cause of death, and crime-scene location. Likewise, ...

    Authors: Swaima Sharif and Ayesha Qamar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:21
  4. The basis for criminal trials is the judge’s conviction of the evidence presented in a case. His belief is based on the context or evidence he is satisfactory with and understands. However, the law may establi...

    Authors: Ahmad Fekry Moussa
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:20
  5. Preservation of bite marks evidence has always been a major problem in forensic odontology due to progressive loss of details as time passes. The use of 2D photographs has been widely used to document forensic...

    Authors: Ain Ashraf Rizwal, Nursyereen Azahar, Nor Hidayah Reduwan and Mohd Yusmiaidil Putera Mohd Yusof
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:18
  6. Evaluation of insect succession patterns is a scientific method to estimate the time elapsed since death. Several studies have shown that ante-mortem intake of opioids affect maggot growth rate. However, there...

    Authors: Davoud Keshavarzi, Yavar Rassi, Mohamad Ali Oshaghi, Korush Azizi, Sayena Rafizadeh, Alimohammad Alimohammadi and Seyed Zahra Parkhideh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:17
  7. Forensic physicians are confronted daily with highly stressful and traumatic duties. With repeated exposure, they are at risk of psychological distress, especially burnout. The current study’s objective was to...

    Authors: Radwa Sehsah, Mohammed Hassan Gaballah, Abdel-Hady El-Gilany and Ahmed A. Albadry
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:16
  8. Sex estimation is vital in establishing an accurate biological profile from the human skeleton, as sex influences the analysis of other elements in both Physical and Forensic Anthropology and Legal Medicine. T...

    Authors: Rukiye Sumeyye Bakici, Zulal Oner and Serkan Oner
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:14
  9. Mortality is often used as an indicator of public health efforts. Even if mortality in psychiatric hospitals decreased since the introduction of modern treatment, the death toll is still high. The authors have...

    Authors: Iuliu Fulga, Anca-Iulia Neagu, Marius Neagu and Ana Fulga
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:13
  10. Epigenetic modifications are heritable and follow a non-mendelian inheritance pattern. They do not alter the DNA sequence but affect the gene expression at the transcriptional level. DNA methylation is one of ...

    Authors: Rania Gomaa, Lamis Nader and Jumana Jamal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:12
  11. Gunshot residue (GSR) is a shred of important trace evidence which helps forensic scientists solve a huge range of incidents related to firearms. The identification of the shooter to bullet identification from...

    Authors: Priya Shrivastava, V. K. Jain and Suman Nagpal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:11
  12. Evidence can be defined as the object’s availability and/or information that indicates whether a belief or proposition is true or valid. Gunshot residue (GSR) is an important evidence that can serve many roles...

    Authors: Zainiharyati Mohd Zain, Siti Nurhazlin Jaluddin, Mohamed Izzharif Abdul Halim and Mohamed Sazif Mohamed Subri
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:10
  13. Blood is one of the most common pieces of evidence encountered at the crime scene. Due to the viscous nature of blood, unique bloodstain patterns are formed which when studied can reveal what might have happen...

    Authors: Prashant Singh, Nandini Gupta and Ravi Rathi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:9
  14. In this modern era, advancement in technology is seen in every aspect of our life making it comparatively much easier. Likewise, in the field of fingerprinting, the digital scanners have replaced conventional ...

    Authors: Vinita Kumari, Mukesh Kumar Thakar, Biswajit Mondal and Surender Kumar Pal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:8
  15. DNA metabarcoding and massive parallel sequencing are valuable molecular tools for the characterization of environmental samples. In forensic sciences, the analysis of the sample’s fungal population can be hig...

    Authors: Saverio Giampaoli, Elisabetta De Vittori, Filippo Barni, Anna Anselmo, Teresa Rinaldi, Marina Baldi, Kevin Charles Miranda, Arnold Liao, Daniel Brami, Giovanni Vanni Frajese and Andrea Berti
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:7
  16. Cylinder blasts can inflict multi-system life-threatening injuries to one or many persons simultaneously if they are nearby. The explosion in high-pressure equipment produces injuries due to its varied effects...

    Authors: Nagendra Singh Sonwani, Navneet Ateriya, Arvind Kumar and Anil Kohli
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:6
  17. The morphometric analysis of the individual bones of the human skeleton can be used to estimate the sex of unidentified corpses. Our aims were as follows: to test whether thyroid cartilage can be used for fore...

    Authors: Roberto Cameriere, Galina V. Zolotenkova, Igor A. Kuznetsov, Roberto Scendoni and Yuri I. Pigolkin
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:5
  18. Recent advances in the diversified anti-diabetic drugs have appeared in the startling increase in the count of poisoning cases. The epidemics of diabetes mellitus are increasing; hence, the no. of anti-diabeti...

    Authors: Priyanka Verma, Atul Bajaj, R. M. Tripathi, Sudhir K. Shukla and Suman Nagpal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:4
  19. Snake bite is a major public health problem, especially in the tropical areas of the world, which the World Health Organization aims to eradicate. According to the National Crime Records Bureau in India, where...

    Authors: K. Sathish, Kusa Kumar Shaha, Ambika Prasad Patra and J. Sree Rekha
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:3
  20. The extraction of DNA from skeletal remains with good quality and quantity is often challenging for the ability to generate DNA typing. Previous studies demonstrated the DNA extraction with total demineralizat...

    Authors: Pichittra Booncharoen, Supakit Khacha-ananda, Chaturong Kanchai and Sittiporn Ruengdit
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:2
  21. The estimation of the stature of human beings is a major part of medicolegal investigation when only body parts are found. The study aimed to estimate the stature from different handprint measurements in a Ban...

    Authors: Md. Asadujjaman, Md. Golzer Hossain, Md. Sohel Rana and Md. Zahidul Islam
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2021 11:1
  22. Globally, the need for an accurate and valid method for age estimation in adults still exists. The aging process is associated with secondary dentine deposition that reduces the volume of teeth pulp. Therefore...

    Authors: Fatma M. Elgazzar, Mohamed Omar Elboraey and Ghada N. El-Sarnagawy
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:40
  23. Because disease progression is so fast in sudden death of acute fulminant myocarditis, damage of myocardial cells is not evident in routine hematoxylin and eosin staining. To understand damage to myocardial ce...

    Authors: Akari Takaya Uno, Masahito Hitosugi, Mami Nakamura, Tomoyuki Nakanishi, Takahiro Mima and Yoshihisa Higuchi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:37
  24. DNA profiling has proven to be a valuable technique for identification of individuals in crime. Currently, the technique targets several short tandem repeat (STR) regions in human genome. However, increasing n...

    Authors: Hashom Mohd Hakim, Hussein Omar Khan, Siti Afifah Ismail, Nurul Hazirah Mat Lazim, Japareng Lalung, Abban Edward Kofi, Geoffrey Keith Chambers and Hisham Atan Edinur
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:34
  25. Forensic entomology is evolving into entomotoxicology, which is a critical approach in forensic toxicology that alternatively assesses presence of toxins in insects that have eaten a decomposing cadaver. Toxic su...

    Authors: Maduamaka Cyriacus Abajue and Sylvanus Chima Ewuim
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:33
  26. Fingermarks can be found both in indoor and outdoor crime scenes. The latter could be subjected to various types of environmental insults. In many cases, criminals try to dispose of or conceal the evidence in ...

    Authors: Yam Tze Yong, Yusmazura Zakaria and Nik Fakhuruddin Nik Hassan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:31
  27. The Y chromosome polymorphism has been widely studied for human migrations, population genetics, forensic applications, and paternity analysis. However, studies regarding genetic lineage and population genetic...

    Authors: Ahmed Ch. Kassab, Hissah Fahad Mohammed Alaqeel, Safia A. Messaoudi, Saranya R. Babu, Sajjad Ali Shahid and Abdul Rauf Chaudhary
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:30
  28. Identifying human remains which are skeletonized, carbonized, disfigured, or fragmentized is a common task for forensic anthropologists and odontologists.

    Authors: Majid Ghazi Aljaber Abo Fakher, Maher Al-assaf, Sharif Mimas, Mourad Aljaber Abo Fakher, Mahmoud Abdul-hak and Houssein Nofal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:28
  29. Forensic DNA phenotyping has gained momentum in the recent past due to the prediction of externally visible characters (EVCs) from the biological sample. The most common phenotypes like eye, hair, and skin col...

    Authors: Nihad A.M Al-Rashedi, Amar Mousa Mandal and Laith AH ALObaidi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:27
  30. Pesticide poisoning is recognized as an important public health problem worldwide, especially in the developing countries, such as Tunisia, where these products are massively used in agriculture. The objective...

    Authors: Souheil Mlayeh, Khaled Annabi, Amal Ben Daly, Maher Jedidi and Mohamed Ben Dhiab
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:26
  31. A cross-sectional study was done on 900 children of North Indian origin, (male = 458; female = 442) aged 10 to 16 years. Digital radiovisiography of permanent mandibular second molar was chosen over higher rad...

    Authors: Harsh Vijay Singh, Namita Kalra, Rishi Tyagi and Amit Khatri
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:25
  32. This study aims to detect myoglobin staining in the cases in which were suspected that intoxication was the cause of death.

    Authors: Natarat Kaisang, Kotchakorn Promsawat, Weerachai Jantasorn and Smith Srisont
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:22
  33. The rate of decomposition of the organs of the body has been widely studied by forensic pathology experts for the determination of time elapsed after death. But researches pertaining to the dental pulp organ h...

    Authors: Lipsa Bhuyan, Shyam Sundar Behura, Kailash Chandra Dash, Pallavi Mishra, Niva Mahapatra and Abikshyeet Panda
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:19
  34. The evolution of virtual technology in estimating stature through multi-slice computed tomography scanning can be essential for mass disasters and forensic cases. Regression formulae were generated directly fr...

    Authors: Lai Poh Soon, Mohamad Helmee Mohamad Noor, Nurliza Abdullah and Helmi Hadi
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:18
  35. In the absence of cadaveric tissues, forensic simulation, trauma modelling, and cranial surgical training necessitates a surrogate for the human calvaria. This study investigates the validity of Bos taurus scapul...

    Authors: S. C. Taylor, N. Hammer, J. Zwirner, B. Ondruschka and D. C. Kieser
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:17
  36. Body odour of an individual has a unique composition due to the combined influences of genetic, dietary, and environmental factors. This exploratory study was conducted to investigate the feasibility of obtain...

    Authors: Muhammad Hafizuddin Mohd Kamal, Yusmazura Zakaria, Muhammad Lokman Md Isa and Nik Fakhuruddin Nik Hassan
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:15
  37. A study was conducted to determine whether the habitualness among individuals to apply saliva to their fingertips (for moistening) while shuffling through pages of a document can provide evidence in cases pert...

    Authors: Mukesh Kumar Thakar, Vivek Sahajpal, Amandeep Kaur Bhambara, Deepika Bhandari and Arun Sharma
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2020 10:14

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