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Had thispic in mind while I was doing my case analysis. It shows how forensic anthropologists lay out the remains durring crime scene invesigation. The only thing I can really idtify is the wide greater siatic notch ineh left side pelvis, common trait in females. Added by Jeff 12may2010






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This picture shows different types of bone fractures that used durring a crime scene investigation as possible evidance of how the victim died. Also, fractres can be used in identification or possibly age because of the color or how far along the healing process is. Added by Jeff 12may2010








The lower extremities consist of the list to the right Mike Moore 4/13/10
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Diagram of human teeth Mike Moore 3/17/10external image teeth.jpg
Table 1: Bone length and stature tables; published regression formulas for stature estimation (Bass 1994).
BONE
RACE
MALE EQUATION
FEMALE EQUATION
Femur
Caucasoid
2.32 * femur + 65.53 ± 3.94 cm
2.47 * femur + 54.10 ± 3.72 cm
Femur
Negroid
2.10 * femur + 72.22 ± 3.91 cm
2.28 * femur + 59.76 ± 3.41 cm
Femur
Mongoloid
2.15 * femur + 72.57 ± 3.80 cm

Tibia
Caucasoid
2.42 * tibia + 81.93 ± 4.00 cm
2.90 * tibia + 61.53 ± 3.66 cm
Tibia
Negroid
2.19 * tibia + 85.36 ± 3.96 cm
2.45 * tibia + 72.56 ± 3.70 cm
Tibia
Mongoloid
2.39 * tibia + 81.45 ± 3.24 cm

Fibula
Caucasoid
2.60 * fibula + 75.50 ± 3.86 cm
2.93 * fibula + 59.61 ± 3.57 cm
Fibula
Negroid
2.34 * fibula + 80.07 ± 4.02 cm
2.49 * fibula + 70.90 ± 3.80 cm
Fibula
Mongoloid
2.40 * fibula + 80.56 ± 3.24 cm

Humerus
Caucasoid
2.89 * humerus + 78.10 ± 4.57 cm
3.36 * humerus + 57.97 ± 4.45 cm
Humerus
Negroid
2.88 * humerus + 75.48 ± 4.23 cm
3.08 * humerus + 64.67 ± 4.25 cm
Humerus
Mongoloid
2.68 * humerus + 83.19 ± 4.16 cm

Ulna
Caucasoid
3.76 * ulna + 75.55 ± 4.72 cm
4.27 * ulna + 57.76 ± 4.30 cm
Ulna
Negroid
3.20 * ulna + 82.77 ± 4.74 cm
3.31 * ulna + 75.38 ± 4.83 cm
Ulna
Mongoloid
3.48 * ulna + 77.45 ± 4.66 cm

Radius
Caucasoid
3.79 * radius + 79.42 ± 4.66 cm
4.74 * radius + 54.93 ± 4.24 cm
Radius
Negroid
3.32 * radius + 85.43 ± 4.57 cm
3.67 * radius + 71.79 ± 4.59 cm
Radius
Mongoloid
3.54 * radius + 82.00 ± 4.60 cm

Formulae for determening stature of human remains. Mike Moore 3/17/10




I found this diagram at reel.utsc.utoronto.ca/.../ humerus
It shows a good diagram of the humerus from mulitple vantage points, I chose this diagram because the parts are claerly labled and for the most part easy to read and understand
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I thought this was a good view of the "atlas" and "axis" actually put together, I think it gives a clear view on how to two meet and allow for movement of the head and neck









This is a good pic, found at home.comcast.net/ ~wnor/antpostrad&ul.jpg
of the Ulna and Radius meetign the Humerus both posteriorly and anteriorly. I like it because it shows where the styliod process(1 of 3) meets on the pinky end to show direction. I also like it because you can clearly notice the olecranon process (elbow) and how it sits to form movement
Jeff 3-17
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some things to know for exam: sub pubic angle, good for differenciating difference between Male's and Female's. Male's will come to more of a point as to where females will be rounder for allow for child birth. Also, know the obturator foramen ("big hole"). The Coxae is made up of 3 parts: the Illium, Pubis' and Ischium. The greater siatic notch seperates the illium from the ischium posterioraly and is a good tool for sexing the remains. In men, the siatic notch is more sharp of and angle, as to where a female would be a wider, more rounded angle. Jeff 3-17external image pelvic%2520girdleb.jpg




Diagram of the pelvis mike moore 3/17/1


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here is a nice diagram of the hand. mike moore 3/15/10
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I found the top pic on a random search and thought it was fairly clear in listing the "whats-what" and it's a pretty detailed picture. The bottom one is actually a model of John Dilinger, I thought it may relate well for the class topic.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUNjwkZduq0

Thought this video touched on a good part of the skull anatomy.
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Found this pic on google images, from the Britannica Encyclopedia. Thought it was a pretty clear view of the skull from the basilar view, as well as clear views on some of the major items for sexual identification, i.e, external occipital protuberance (dominant in males), mastoid process (larger and more angled in males).
Also, the diagran clearly color coates the different bones, as well as the maxillary dentition. I had hoped it would identify some of teh locations for skill measurement, but since it is a very clear view you can locate a few on your own, for example, the Basion and the opisthion (located on thr foreman magnum) as well as the Orale, endomolar, and ectomolar (located behind the fron teeth, and back on the maxilla.




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Here is a good model of the human rib cage. Mike Moore Mar./7/2010




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