Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, May 22nd, 2005
According to a report from Switzerland, "The rapid further development of computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) induced the idea to use these techniques for postmortem documentation of forensic findings. Until now, only a few institutes of forensic medicine have acquired experience in postmortem cross-sectional imaging. Protocols, image interpretation and visualization have to be adapted to the postmortem conditions."
C. Jackowski and colleagues of the University of Bern continued, "Especially, postmortem alterations, such as putrefaction and...
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