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I'm developing software (3d face modelling) and wish to study the variability in externally visible landmarks of the human skull (brow ridges, check bones,..) and there external effects on head and face geometry. While there are plenty of medical datasets collected and available - some of which include up to 1100 subjects the common practice is to redact the soft tissue of the face so the patients identity cannot be reconstructed, leaving the full skull and brain to study... Obviously this does not help my goal.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated thanks in advance.

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