Forensic Oral Pathology Journal - FOPJ (eISSN 2027-7628)



Forensic Oral Pathology Journal - FOPJ
Volume 2 Number 4. Published in July 2011 (eISSN 2027-7628)
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The FOPJ in 2012 publisher three issues per year in March, July and November by Syllaba Press International Inc., Suite 722-4586, 1900 N. W. 97th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33172, USA. Article of Reflections, Case Reports, Original Articles, Short Communication, Subject Revision, Legislation and An Image in Forensic Oral Pathology may be in Spanish or English Languages.

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1. Organización Internacional de Policía Criminal (INTERPOL). Guía para la Identificación de Víctimas de Catástrofes. 2009. Disponible en <>
2. Sweet D. Interpol DVI best-practice standards--An overview. Forensic Sci Int. 2010; 201 (1-3): 18-21.
3. De Valck E. Considerations 20 years after the publication of the article "The dentist as an expert in disasters--dental identification in the disaster with the Zeebruge ferry". Rev Belge Med Dent (1984). 2009; 64 (4): 197-9.
4. Beauthier JP, Lefèvre P. Guidelines in mass disaster victims identification through the Tsunami experience (December 26, 2004). Rev Med Brux. 2007; 28 (6): 512-22.
5. Grupo de Evaluación de la Organización Internacional de Policía Criminal (INTERPOL) sobre el Maremoto. La respuesta del equipo de identificación de víctimas sobre el Maremoto del Sudeste Asiático entre diciembre de 2004 y febrero de 2006. Disponible en                                                                                   <>
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8. Lewis JA Jr, Shiroma CY, Von Guenthner K, Dunn KN. Recovery and identification of the victims of the Ehime Maru/USS Greeneville collision at sea. J Forensic Sci. 2004; 49 (3): 539-42.
9. Schuller-Götzburg P. Dental Identificación of Tsunami Victims in Phuket, Thailand. Acta Stomatol Croat. 2007; 41 (4): 295-305.
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11. Pachar JV, Bryan K. El sistema de apoyo internacional para la gestión forense de cadáveres en situaciones de desastre. La experiencia de Haití, 2010. Cuad Med Forense. 2010; 16 (1): 81-85.
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13. Dental Health Magazine. The Dental Industry and Japan Catastrophe. Edición del 12 de Abril de 2011. Disponible en <>
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19. Hill AJ, Hewson I, Lain R. The role of the forensic odontologist in disaster victim identification: lessons for management. Forensic Sci Int. 2011; 205 (1-3): 44-7.
20. Prieto JL, Tortosa C, Bedate A, Segura L, Abenza JM, Mariscal de Gante MC, Conejero J, Magaña C, Perea B. The 11 March 2004 Madrid terrorist attacks: the importance of the mortuary organisation for identification of victims. A critical review. Int J Legal Med. 2007; 121 (6): 517-22.
21. Nuzzolese E, Di Vella G. Future project concerning mass disaster management: a forensic odontology prospectus. Int Dent J. 2007; 57 (4): 261-6.
22. Zohn HK, Dashkow S, Aschheim KW, Dobrin LA, Glazer HS, Kirschbaum M, Levitt D, Feldman CA. The odontology victim identification skill assessment system. J Forensic Sci. 2010; 55 (3): 788-91.
23. Soomer H, Lincoln MJ, Ranta H, Penttilä A, Leibur E. Dentists' qualifications affect the accuracy of radiographic identification. J Forensic Sci. 2003; 48 (5): 1121-6.
24. Acharya AB. Teaching forensic odontology: an opinion on its content and format. Eur J Dent Educ. 2006; 10 (3): 137-41.
25. Chandra Shekar BR, Reddy CV. Role of dentist in person identification. Indian J Dent Res. 2009; 20 (3): 356-60.
26. Sarode SC, Zarkar GA, Kulkarni MA. Role of forensic odontology in the world's major mass disasters: facts and figures. Dent Update. 2009; 36 (7): 430-2, 435-6.
27. Brown KA. Procedures for the collection of dental records for person identification. J Forensic Odontostomatol. 2007; 25 (2): 63-4.
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29. Salo S, Salo H, Liisanantti A, Reponen J. Data transmission in dental identification of mass disaster victims. J Forensic Odontostomatol. 2007; 25 (1): 17-22.
30. Bernitz H. The challenges and effects of globalisation on forensic dentistry. Int Dent J. 2009; 59 (4): 222-4.