Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology

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Mini Review - Journal of Clinical Ophthalmology (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4

Optometry in crime scene investigation.

Biological fluids such as blood, saliva, urine, semen, vaginal secretions etc. carry a great evidentiary value when found at the crime scene. But due to lack of awareness in case of tears. The presence of tears at the crime scene reflects that the person was emotionally disturbed such as in the case of kidnapping, physical torture, suicide/murder, etc. Therefore the ophthalmic evidence such as spectacles, contact lenses, etc. strengthens the evidentiary value. Forensic Optometry is yet to get streamlined along with the routinely followed investigative techniques and scientifically explored although no standard protocols exist to analyze eyewear.

Author(s): Raj Kumar, Amandeep Kaur

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