(Received 5 March 2002; accepted 18 February 2002)
Published Online: 2002
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This case report illustrates the significance of the partially healed extraction site to the postmortem dental identification process. It presents the remains of two individuals with documented extractions—one, 6½ months prior to death, the second, only three weeks prior to death. These photographs, compiled with others, can be used as a guideline for the forensic scientist who seldom has the opportunity to study skeletonized remains.
Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Dental Corps., Ft. Hood, TX
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