Most commonly seen in infants and young children under age three years, labial fusion is the adherence of adjacent mucosal surfaces of the labia minora at any point along the structures, resulting in a partial or complete membranous covering of or near the vaginal opening...Read More
Forensic DNA Lab
A facility (1) employing at least two full time employees who are qualified DNA analysts; and (2) having and maintaining the capability to perform the DNA analysis of forensic and/or casework reference samples at that facility...Read More
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