This editorial summarizes the contributions to the Frontiers Research topic “Skin Lesion Vitality Assessment for Forensic Science: Current Research and New Perspectives” appearing in Frontiers in Medicine section Translational Medicine. In particular, this research topic collects various contributions highlighting new types of analysis and methods to deal more efficiently with issues relating to the vitality of the lesion, a very important topic of forensic analysis. To better address and clarify the issues relating to this research field, the topic consists of a part dedicated to reviews on general or specific arguments in another containing research articles on specific topics.

Editorial: Skin lesion vitality assessment for forensic science: current research and new perspectives / Legaz I , Fineschi V , Madea B , Bacci S. - In: FRONTIERS IN MEDICINE. - ISSN 2296-858X. - STAMPA. - 9:(2022), pp. 1-3. [10.3389/fmed.2022.969932]

Editorial: Skin lesion vitality assessment for forensic science: current research and new perspectives.

Bacci S
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2022

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This editorial summarizes the contributions to the Frontiers Research topic “Skin Lesion Vitality Assessment for Forensic Science: Current Research and New Perspectives” appearing in Frontiers in Medicine section Translational Medicine. In particular, this research topic collects various contributions highlighting new types of analysis and methods to deal more efficiently with issues relating to the vitality of the lesion, a very important topic of forensic analysis. To better address and clarify the issues relating to this research field, the topic consists of a part dedicated to reviews on general or specific arguments in another containing research articles on specific topics.
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Legaz I , Fineschi V , Madea B , Bacci S
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