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Autori: Brkić, Hrvoje; Šlaus, Mario; Keros, Jadranka; Jerolimov, Vjekoslav; Petrovečki, Mladen
Naslov: Dental Evidence of Exhumed Human Remains From the 1991 War in Croatia
Izvornik: Collegium antropologicum (0350-6134) 28 (2004), Supplement 2; 259-266
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: Dental records; Prosthodontic appliances; Forensic dentistry; War; Mass graves
Sažetak:
The aim of this paper is to present the post mortem dental evidence and dental health of the victims exhumed through the territories of Croatia that was temporarily occupied durig the war. A total number of 62, 432 teeth out of 1253 human bodies exhumed from 5 different counties were analyzed. The majority of victims inhabited those areas before 1991. Post mortem dental characteristics were analyzed according to the American Board of Forensic Odontology and WHO methodology. The results show the highest level of the dental health before 1991 in Vukovarsko-srijemska county. The decayed (D), missing (M), filling (F), teeth (T), DMFT of that County was at the lowest level i.e. at 5.2. In all of the other counties, it was always between 6 and 12. The material most grequently used for the dental fillings was amalgam. Its highest frequency level was recorded in the county 4 (8%) and lowest in the county 1 (1.5%), p<0.001. The most frequent prosthodontic appliances were acrylic dentures. Their frequency was lowest in the county 5 (1.3%) and highest in the county 3 (11.6%), p<0.001. Determination of sex and dental age showed that victims were mostly men (79%) of middle and elderly age (89%). Teeth were useful also for monitoring of the quality of exhumations - taking into consideration number of empty dental sockets. The highest number of empty dental sockets was recorded in the county 3 (40.4%) and lowest in the county 1 (13.5%), p<0.001. Even after many years in the soil, teeth proved to be most preserved human organs and valuable indicators of identify as well as of the way of life before death. Except for determining the identify their post mortem analysis, analysis coul be useful for monitoring of the dental health.
Projekt / tema: 0065100, 0065004, 0108249, 0065103, 0101021
Izvorni jezik: ENG
Current Contents: DA
Citation Index: DA
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita,Stomatologija
Tiskani medij: da
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