Angelakopoulos, Nikolaos

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2021

Angelakopoulos, N; Galić, I; Balla, S B; Kiş, H C; Gómez Jiménez, L; Zolotenkova, G; Mohd Yusof, M Y P; Hadzić Selmanagić, A; Pandey, H; Palmela Pereira, C; Nóbrega, J B M; Hettiarachchi, K; Mieke, S M; Kumagai, A; Gulsahi, A; Zelić, K; Marinković, N; Kelmendi, J; Bianchi, I; Soriano Vázquez, I; ... (2021). Comparison of the third molar maturity index (I3M) between left and right lower third molars to assess the age of majority: a multi-ethnic study sample. International journal of legal medicine, 135(6), pp. 2423-2436. Springer 10.1007/s00414-021-02656-2

De Micco, Francesco; Angelakopoulos, Nikolaos; Martino, Federica; Corbi, Graziamaria; Cameriere, Roberto; Campobasso, Carlo Pietro (2021). Skeletal age estimation in a contemporary South African population using two radiological methods (Bo/Ca and TW2). Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, pp. 1-18. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/00450618.2021.1882569

2020

Moukarzel, M.; Angelakopoulos, Nikolaos; De Luca, S.; Velandia Palacio, L.A.; Aquilanti, L.; Coccia, E.; Pigolkin, Y.I.; Cameriere, R. (2020). Validity assessment of the third molar maturity index (I 3M ) in a Lebanese sample of adolescents and young adults. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, pp. 1-12. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/00450618.2020.1805008

Angelakopoulos, N.; Galić, I.; De Luca, S.; Campobasso, C.P.; Martino, F.; De Micco, F.; Coccia, E.; Cameriere, R. (2020). Skeletal age assessment by measuring planar projections of carpals and distal epiphyses of ulna and radius bones in a sample of South African subadults. Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, pp. 1-13. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/00450618.2020.1766111

2019

Angelakopoulos, Nikolaos; De Luca, S.; Palacio, L. A. Velandia; Coccia, E.; Ferrante, L.; Pinchi, V.; Cameriere, R. (2019). Age estimation by measuring open apices in teeth: a new formula for two samples of South African black and white children. International journal of legal medicine, 133(5), pp. 1529-1536. Springer 10.1007/s00414-019-02096-z

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