(Received 3 April 1991; accepted 24 June 1991)
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Premortem and postmortem radiographs of the chest and abdomen are often available for comparison and provide a basis for making or rejecting an identification. The case reported here exemplifies the way that individualizing features, such as contours of bony elements, skeletal anomalies, and radiodensities and radiolucencies, are used in establishing personal identity.
Curator and physical anthropologist, National Museum of Natural History 112 Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Museum specialist and physical anthropologist, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
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