(Received 3 May 1984; accepted 27 June 1984)
Published Online: January
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Reflective ultraviolet photography has many forensic science applications particularly in child abuse, rape, homicide, and bite mark cases. The potential of this relatively simple and inexpensive procedure has not been fully explored. The procedure for its use in bite mark cases is presented.
Forensic photographer, Regional Criminalistics Laboratory, Kansas City Region, Kansas City, MO
Diplomate American Board of Forensic Odontology, and assistant clinical professor, University of Colorado School of Dentistry, Denver, CO
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