The Human Skeleton in Forensic Medicine By Wilton Manon Krogman
Charles C Thomas Publishers Ltd | 01 December 1978
Hardcover | 364 pages
This text provides a comprehensive discussion of procedures to follow when human skeletal material is uncovered. The main focus of the book, apart from the techniques of identification, is upon the theme of intrinsic variability. There constant emphasis on the reliability of the many different determinations to be made when one literally solves for "x, the unknown "
Reference is made primarily to the skeletal