(Received 2 November 1983; accepted 10 February 1984)
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A Vietnamese trophy skull, apparently a victim of the Vietnam war, was recently received for analysis in a New York State homicide case. The skull, which is well preserved except for the missing mandible and maxillary dentition, is compared to trophy skulls of Japanese military personnel, also brought back to the United States by American soldiers following wartime duty in Asia.
Forensic odontologist and scientist in residence, MFAT, Lehman College—City University of New York, Bronx, NY
Director of MFAT and professor of anthropology, Lehman College—City University of New York, Bronx, NY
Pathologist-deputy medical examiner, Westchester County, New York, NY
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