CHEILOSCOPY PDF

In Synder was the first person who suggested the idea of using lip prints for identification. He had conducted an investigation of a traffic accident and established that the characteristics of lips formed by lip grooves are as individually distinctive as the ridge characteristics of fingerprints Snyder Until , however, anthropology merely mentioned the existence of the furrows without suggesting a practical use for the phenomenon. Since the Japanese have carried out extensive research in the area. In the period between and , two Japanese scientists Suzuki and Tsuchihashi examined 1, persons at the Department of Forensic Odontology at Tokyo University.

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In Synder was the first person who suggested the idea of using lip prints for identification. He had conducted an investigation of a traffic accident and established that the characteristics of lips formed by lip grooves are as individually distinctive as the ridge characteristics of fingerprints Snyder Until , however, anthropology merely mentioned the existence of the furrows without suggesting a practical use for the phenomenon.

Since the Japanese have carried out extensive research in the area. In the period between and , two Japanese scientists Suzuki and Tsuchihashi examined 1, persons at the Department of Forensic Odontology at Tokyo University.

Based upon that research, it was established that the arrangement of lines on the red part of human lips is individual and unique for each human being. This statement led to the conclusion that it is possible to use the arrangement of furrows on a trace, in a linear form on lips for the identification of a person. In further research, the Japanese scientists examined the principles of the heredity of furrows on the red part of lips. In Poland Suzuki and Tsuchihashi , the interest in lip prints started in when a lip print was revealed on window glass at the scene of a burglary.

Research was carried out, and its results were comparable to those achieved in Japan and Hungary. The research was only of preliminary nature and did not allow for practical application of results as yet. Lip prints were collected from 1, persons including women , coming from various locations around the country. The volunteers ranged in age from 5 to 60 years. Altogether more than 7, traces of the red part of the lips were examined.

As a result of the examination, the individuality of lines in the red part of lips and their unchangeability within the limits practicable for identification were proven. Since in Poland, the methods of finding and recovering lip traces, recovering comparative material, and the techniques employed to carry out that expertise have been introduced into casework of the Fingerprint Department of the Central Forensic Laboratory of Police in Warsaw. During the years —, cheiloscopic techniques were used in 85 cases, including 65 burglary cases, 15 cases of homicide, and 5 cases of assault.

In 34 cases the identification was positive, which means that cheiloscopic techniques were equal in value to other types of forensic evidence. It was also included in evidence presented in court.

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Cheiloscopy: Revisited

Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology, K. Rashmi Venkatesh, Sr. E-mail: moc. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Aim: Cheiloscopy is a forensic investigation technique that deals with identification of humans based on lips traces. The aim of this study is to establish the uniqueness of lip prints which aids in personal identification. Materials and Methods: The study group comprised of subjects.

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Cheiloscopy: An aid for personal identification

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