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  1. The Chaouia - Ouradigha is a historical and ethno-geographic region of Morocco. Despite its historical relevance, this region has not received sufficient attention in terms of population genetic exploration. T...

    Authors: Othmane Essoubaiy, Bouchaïb Gazzaz, Hakima Yahia, Hicham EL Ossmani, Jalal Talbi, Brahim El Houate and Taoufiq Fechtali
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:17
  2. Fingermarks are one of the oldest, reliable, and universally accepted evidence found on the crime scene. They can be used to link suspect with scene of crime and weapon of offence. Fingermarks are frequently u...

    Authors: Aseem Grover, Laxmi Devi, Jyotirmoy Maity, Gurvinder Singh Bumbrah and Anirban Das
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:16
  3. Short Tandem Repeats (STRs) are segments of DNA composed of a short sequence of nucleotides that repeat consecutively. These repeating sequences exhibit distinct lengths and nucleotide sequences among individu...

    Authors: Izzah Syahira Omar, Md Yusop Nur Hafiza, Zainuddin Zafarina, Mohd Nafi Siti Norasikin, Mohd Isa Seoparjoo Azmel, Mohamed Yusoff Shafini and Hanis Z. A. NurWaliyuddin
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:14
  4. Crime scene investigation (CSI) in general means the standard procedures and techniques used for processing and reconstructing of scene of crime. In Palestine, the competent authorities delegated by law to car...

    Authors: Walid Mahmoud Khalilia, Simon Ricard, Abd Al Latif Rabaia, Mathieu Arès and Frank Crispino
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:13
  5. Proper investigation of digital evidence is of prime significance in cyber investigations. From the collection of evidence, its preservation, and its analysis, it is important to maintain its integrity in the ...

    Authors: Harsh Patil, Ravshish Kaur Kohli, Sorabh Puri and Pooja Puri
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:12
  6. Traumatic spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries may lead to neurological deficits and fatal consequences. This study aimed to evaluate the characteristics of traumatic spinal cord and peripheral nerve inju...

    Authors: Ahsen Kaya, Ender Senol, Engin Bayrakci and Hayrettin Altindag
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:11
  7. Forensic medicine is crucial in ensuring that the law and justice are carried out as swiftly, effectively, clearly, and accurately as possible. The significant number and interactions of forensic clinical exam...

    Authors: Sogand Habibi-Chenaran, Bahram Samadirad, Amir Torab Miandoab, Peyman Rezaei-Hachesu and Taha Samad Soltani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:10
  8. Electrocution caused by electricity conducted via overhead power lines carries a high risk to health and life. With the introduction and proliferation of conductive carbon fibre fishing tackle, severe and fata...

    Authors: Szymon Rzepczyk, Paweł Świderski, Maciej Obst, Damian Rusek, Beata Bożek, Zbigniew Żaba and Czesław Żaba
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:9
  9. Meningiomas are common benign intracranial tumors, accounting for 1/3 of all primary intracranial neoplasms, and hence, are not considered the chief cause of death when encountered incidentally during autopsy....

    Authors: Mohamed Amine Mesrati, Oumeima Brahim, Marwa Boussaid, Rakia Soiniya, Yosra Mahjoub, Nouha Ben Abdeljelil, Atef Ben Ncir, Abdelfattah Zakhama and Abir Aissaoui
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:8
  10. The ears have increasingly been recognized as one of the supportive tools in forensics, based on the identification of landmark variations of ear biometrics in living persons. However, no studies on the reliab...

    Authors: Nur Arina Ahmad, Faridah Mohd Nor, Mohamed Swarhib Shafie, Nurul Kharmila Abdullah, Nadiawati Abdul Razak, Nadeeya ‘Ayn Umaisara Mohamad Nor and Normaliza Omar
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:5
  11. Blunt cardiac injuries, which are typically the result of blunt chest trauma, are not particularly significant clinically. It is vital never to underestimate blunt chest injuries, especially when they occur in...

    Authors: Mohammed Akbar, Vempalli Seshagiri Raju, Puneet Setia, Kriti Chaturvedi and Meenakshi Rao
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:4
  12. The usage and implementation of telemedicine by urologists to diagnose, treat, mentor, and prevent diseases have grown worldwide. Numerous clinical, legal, and ethical issues are addressed by this practice. Th...

    Authors: Ezzat A. Ismail, Shaimaa A. Shehata, Ahmed M. Fouad, Moetaz D. Gomaa and Ahmed M. Bakr
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:3
  13. Forensic diatomology is a rapidly progressing domain that involves the examination of microscopic algae known as diatoms for forensic purposes. Diatoms are microscopic, single-celled, eukaryotic algae that exi...

    Authors: Parshant Dahiya, Madhav D. Makwana, Poojan Chaniyara and Ashna Bhatia
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:2
  14. Dental age estimation of adults is a challenging procedure in forensic odontology. Radiographic techniques have enabled non-invasive age estimation of adults since the 90’s. Kvaal’s method based on the deposit...

    Authors: Suzana Mantovani, Adriano Petta, Marianna Arakelyan, Mariana Soares and Ademir Franco
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2024 14:1
  15. It is difficult to pinpoint the manner of death in cases of death due to sharp force injuries where injury patterns resemble one another. Other issues that might arise include physical mobility and survival ti...

    Authors: Cemil Çelik, Tuba Akkuş Çetinkaya, Uğur Ata, Murat Kamalak and Naile Esra Saka
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:54
  16. The beginning of chemometrics within pattern recognition of the 1960s and 1970s is defined. This article shows a comprehensive deliberation on application of the chemometric techniques to chemical data analysis.

    Authors: Sukhwinder Singh, Hanan Shakeel and Rakesh Sharma
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:53
  17. Personal identification using partial fingerprints poses a major challenge in forensic investigations. In light of such restrictions, sweat pore characteristics have shown to be a possible alternative. However...

    Authors: Sakshi Sharda and Prakash Ranjan Mondal
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:52
  18. Sex estimation gives the probability that someone is classified as a male or a female. Lateral cephalogram analysis can be used for sex estimation due to the resistance and dimorphism of the skull. Glabella ha...

    Authors: Aini Hasibah Ningtyas, Rini Widyaningrum, Rurie Ratna Shantiningsih and Ryna Dwi Yanuaryska
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:48
  19. Y-chromosome-specific short tandem repeat markers reside on the non-recombinant portion of the Y chromosome and are paternally inherited. These properties make Y-STRs a useful tool in investigations of sexual ...

    Authors: Carlos David Neyra-Rivera, Edgardo Delgado Ramos, Ericson Gutierrez Ingunza and Bruce Budowle
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:47
  20. Child sexual abuse is one of the major issues of concern globally. Teachers and parents being the child’s primary caregivers should be knowledgeable regarding child sexual abuse.

    Authors: Shwetha Prabhu, Savitha Prabhu and Flavia Noronha
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:46
  21. The human face can reveal a great deal about a person’s identity. Age, sex, and ethnicity differences can be recognized, classified, and analyzed using facial features, which give a scientific basis for person...

    Authors: Nurdan Sezgin and Gökhan Ersoy
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:44
  22. Rape myths may harm those who have been sexually assaulted, according to the past literature. This study looked at the associations between grandiose narcissism, psychopathic characteristics, and rape myth acc...

    Authors: Syed Messum Ali Kazmi, Syeda Salma Hasan, Fatima Murtaza, Samreen Arshad and Ali Haider Chattha
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:42
  23. Dental age estimation (DAE) research has grown rapidly and became one of the biggest topics in forensic odontology. This study aimed to evaluate the DAE research trends over the span of 60 years using bibliome...

    Authors: Rizky Merdietio Boedi, Scheila Mânica and Ademir Franco
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:41
  24. Forensic age estimation using multiple maturity indicators necessitates investigation of correlation between various techniques. This study intended to compare and evaluate the correlation between skeletal age...

    Authors: Champak Kumar Behera, Rachna Rath, Surya Narayan Das, Geeta Sahu, Gaurav Sharma and Archana Bhatta
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:40
  25. Obstruction of the upper respiratory airway can terminate in fatal asphyxia. Autopsy findings in asphyxial deaths as described in literature are not necessarily pathognomonic. A complete autopsy with ancillary...

    Authors: A. I. Mgbehoma, S. S. Soyemi and J. O. Obafunwa
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:39
  26. Human face is complex and intricate structure, with several features that are unique to each individual and can be taken as an identity pass in this mortal world. The facial profile of an individual holds mate...

    Authors: Shubham Thakur and J. S. Sehrawat
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:38
  27. Sudden cardiac death is a major public health concern. The incidence of sudden cardiac death in young adults remains unclear and is generally underestimated.

    Authors: Marcello Benevento, Simona Nicolì, Davide Ferorelli, Marco Matteo Ciccone, Andrea Marzullo and Biagio Solarino
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:37
  28. Medical child abuse and neglect are part of a spectrum of conditions that can lead to significant morbidity and mortality in children. Recognition of these forms of child maltreatment is crucial to prevent har...

    Authors: Bhagya J, Latha Mary Cherian, Pradeesh Sathyan, Sudharani, Rasla P C and Swathi Sanil
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:36
  29. Age estimation is a vital aspect of the identification of an individual in forensic science. Teeth are one of the toughest structures in the human body and generally survive postmortem destruction. So, they ca...

    Authors: Dena Mohamed Naguib Abdel Moawed, Nadia Mohsen Ali Ibrahim, Ibrahim Mohamed Eid, Amir Soliman and Heba El-Sayed Mostafa
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:35
  30. Fulminant hemolytic streptococcal infection is a condition of sudden onset and rapidly progressing septic shock caused by Streptococcus pyogenes. It causes beta (complete) hemolysis. Although type A Streptococcus

    Authors: Fumiko Satoh, Wataru Irie, Chizuko Sasaki, Eriko Ochiai and Maho Kondo
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:33
  31. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the accuracy of established mathematical regression models for estimating the age of Egyptian children, develop new models that would better match this population and ...

    Authors: Rehab Samir Salma and Omnia M. AbdElfatah
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:32
  32. This research aimed to determine the incidence, variations, types, and potential locations of the accessory transverse foramen (ATF) in dry cervical vertebrae. A total of 250 Turkish dry cervical vertebrae wer...

    Authors: Eren Ogut, Ozge Guzelad and Fatos Belgin Yıldırım
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:31
  33. In Egypt, as elsewhere around the world, there are more medical malpractice claims and lawsuits being brought against doctors and hospitals. The present study attempts to identify the medico-legal aspects of m...

    Authors: MM Nagieb, GA El-Gallad, SS Ghaleb and AR Saleh
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:30
  34. Age estimation has paramount importance for the forensic practitioner. Depending on the timing of fusion, the spheno-occipital synchondrosis will be open during childhood and then later fuse during adulthood. ...

    Authors: Rajesh Nayak, Nitika C. Panakkal and Visakh T
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:29
  35. Tramadol provokes oxidative stress that gives rise to apoptosis with alterations in the cellular structure and adversely influences male fertility. A specific inhibitor of nuclear factor kappa B (NF-κB), pyrro...

    Authors: Abeer Ramzy Hussieny Mahmoud, Suzan M. M. Moursi, Safya E. Esmaeel, Nesma Ismail Sharawy Mohamed and Nagah ElSayed Mohammed Ali
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:28
  36. The aim of this study is to obtain a highly accurate and objective sex and age estimation by using the parameters of maxillary molar and canine teeth obtained from cone beam computed tomography images in the i...

    Authors: Deniz Senol, Yusuf Secgin, Burak Suayip Duman, Seyma Toy and Zulal Oner
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:27
  37. Domestic violence (DV) is one of the major concerning health problems worldwide, and individuals who experienced domestic violence, may suffer physical or psychological consequences.

    Authors: Alireza Doroudchi, Mohammad Zarenezhad, Homayoun Hosseininezhad, Abdorrasoul Malekpour, Zahra Ehsaei, Reza Kaboodkhani and Maryam Valiei
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:26
  38. Femoral venous blood (FVB) is accepted as a standard sample for postmortem ethanol analysis, but owing to the nature of unnatural death cases, FVB may not always be obtainable, and subclavian blood might be us...

    Authors: Aphinan Tangsermkijsakul and Tossanai Pipatchotitham
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:25
  39. Estimating or predicting stature, using fragments of the body or components of the human skeleton, for this purpose, originates from the idea of proportionality between the different parts of the body. The aim...

    Authors: José Aderval Aragão, Erick Mendonça do Sacramento, Israel Santos Marcelo, Iapunira Catarina Sant’Anna Aragão, Felipe Matheus Sant’Anna Aragão and Francisco Prado Reis
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:24
  40. Radiology plays a vital role in determining human age. Age estimation based on radiographic evaluation of human third molars can prove useful and accurate. The present study aimed to evaluate the reliability o...

    Authors: Mohammed A Sindi, Maisa O Al-Sebaei and Mohamed S Bamashmous
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:23
  41. Post severe traumatic brain injury (sTBI), axonal alterations lead to myelin loss and its degeneration. In the recovery phase, numerous intermingled biochemical pathways involving complex inflammatory reaction...

    Authors: Meenakshi Sharma, Arulselvi Subramanian, Vaishali Suri, Purva Mathur, Shyam Prakash, Nabarun Chakraborty, Deepak Agrawal, R. M. Pandey, Anupuma Raina, Rajesh Malhotra and Sanjeev Lalwani
    Citation: Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences 2023 13:22

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