(Received 19 January 1988; accepted 28 April 1988)
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Traditionally, bite mark photographs have been used to study statically a dynamic event. With the advent of the compact video camcorder, odontologists can now document bite marks on video tape and, in some instances, with the model of the suspect's dentition, may be able to record the dynamics of a bite on human flesh. A review of two cases and equipment used is discussed.
Forensic odontologist and deputy medical examiner investigator, Mississippi Medical Examiners Office, Hattiesburg, MS
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