MPIS: a Scale for the Evaluation of Aesthetic Prejudice

Published: 3 September 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xjzrzkgkbb.1
Gheorghe Nicusor POP


One important forensic activity is represented by an assessment of aesthetic injury where expert criteria and analysis are insufficiently outlined due to the subjective elements related to the traumatized victim. Unesthetic morphological changes can occur due to various circumstances and can be represented by bumps, bodily injury, intentional or culpable acts committed in the Penal Code, resulting in permanent unesthetic morphological scarring.