Forensic Imaging

A Practical Guide

FORENSIC IMAGING

Forensic Imaging

A Practical Guide

This book describes the use of modern postmortem imaging techniques in forensic investigations.

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Auteur(s) Fabrice Dedouit, Kathrin Yen, Sarah Heinze
Éditeur SPRINGER
Date 10/11/2021
Pages 196
Taille 21 x 27
Type Relié
ISBN 9783030833510

Description détaillée : Forensic Imaging

This superbly illustrated book examines all aspects of the use of modern post-mortem imaging in forensic investigations, which has flourished since the introduction of multidetector computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.

  

What is the content of "Forensic Imaging" ?

Readers will find guidance on the applications of all relevant imaging modalities and contrast media. Analogies and differences between forensic and clinical imaging are highlighted, and it is explained what lessons forensic imaging holds for clinical radiology, and vice versa.

The remainder of the book comprehensively documents the typical “normal” post-mortem findings and the imaging presentations in various forms of trauma and nontraumatic forensic cases, including those in which medical liability may be an issue.

The authors are radiologists and forensic radiologists from across the world who have extensive experience in post-mortem imaging.

The book is primarily intended for forensic pathologists, radiologists, and radiographers seeking practical information on forensic imaging, but it will also be of interest to others, such as lawyers, who encounter this specialty during their professional activities.

Who are the authors of "Forensic Imaging" ?

Dr. med. Fabrice Dedouit is a French radiologist, forensic pathologist at the Rangueil-Larrey Toulouse Hospital (France). He received his M.D in 2004, his Ph.D. Thesis in Biological Anthropology in 2009, his Habilitation degree in 2011, and became Docent.

His research activities are performed in the laboratory AMIS (Molecular Anthropology and Image Synthesis) at the University Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France). Since 2004 he published more than 110 publications and 16 chapters of books in the field of forensic radiology and forensic anthropology.

He has been the head of the unit of forensic imaging and anthropology at the University Centre of Legal Medicine (CURML) Lausanne-Geneva from 2016 to 2019, and became Privat Docent in 2017 at the University of Lausanne (Switzerland).

Since 2015, he is president of the French national research group on post mortem imaging (GRAVIT). He is involved and active in forensic imaging and particularly virtual autopsy and virtual anthropology since 2004. 

 

Prof. Dr. med. univ. Kathrin Yen, is a forensic pathologist and head of the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the University Medical Center of Heidelberg since 2011.

In 2007 she founded the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Clinical Forensic Imaging (LBI CFI), which is a unique and highly specialized forensic radiology research institute at Graz, Austria. Prof. Yen headed the LBI CFI from 2007 - 2011 and the Institute of Forensic Medicine at the Medical University of Graz from 2009 - 1011.

Yen studied medicine at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, and completed forensic training after two years of clinical practice at the Universities of Frankfurt/M., Germany, and Bern, Switzerland.

She received habilitation degree in 2008. As a former member of the Virtopsy© research group at Bern, Prof. Yen has long-time experience with forensic imaging and research. Her scientific focus is mainly on MRI and advanced methods for trauma diagnostics.

Dr. med. Sarah Heinze is a board certified forensic pathologist and radiologist.

Since 2018 she is the Deputy Medical Director and head of Forensic Imaging and Research of the Institute of Forensic and Traffic Medicine at the University Medical Center of Heidelberg.

She founded the Forensic Radiologic Center (FoRCe) at the institute in 2019. Due to the combination of radiology and forensic pathology her scientific focus is mainly on quality and new methods in forensic imaging as well as its translation into clinical practice. 

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