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Forensic Radiology Specimes (Labeled)

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no fusion of epi & diaphysis in any bone, 15-16 yrs
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Non fusion tibia <16 female <18 male
R738 has partial fusion 16-18 female and 18-20 male
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hyoid less than 40
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>70 years
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Non fusion < 30 years age
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Only calcaneum visible so non viable (left)
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Talus present but lower end absent hence viable but not full term
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FTF written which means full term fetus meaning talus present + lower end of femur present as well
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Greater trochanter and head full fusion? if so age 20-21
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Pisiform is present >12 but <17 years age because no fusion of wrist
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Hyoid bone clearly not fused so age <40
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not full term, not viable, no talus centre


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incomplete fusion at lower ends of tibia & fibula, 21-22 yrs.
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all carpels visible, no fusion at wrist joint, 15-16 years 
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no triradiate cartilage & no gap in iliac crest, no cartilage disc at medium end of clavicle, coronal suture fused, sagittal anterior one 3rd fused, age 25-30 yrs
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incomplete fusion at wrist, 21-22 years
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head & greater trochanter of femur starting to fuse, 19-20 years
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no fusion at both joints,,15-16 yrs

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Right side: non fusion <16f and < 18 male
Left side partial fusion? Then 14-16 f and 16-18 male

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no fusion at lower end of tibia, less than 17 years



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full term & viable,femur & talus centre present
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not full term but viable, talus centre present 2
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full term & viable, femur lower end & talus centre present 4
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not full term but viable,talus centre present 2
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not full term &  not viable,talus centre absent, calcaneum present

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no fusion , 15-16 years


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