Scientific Sessions

Scientific Session I - Thursday May 11, 2017 11:45


O’Donnell, Chris     

Can torture be inferred on the basis of PMCT interpretation? 
 2. Fujimoto, Hideko  Development of mechanical screening system for personal identification 
 3. Woźniak, Krzysztof et al   Postmortem imaging as a standard in evaluation of sharp force trauma – overview of recent cases 
 4. Sieberth, Till  Interactive Crime Scene Visualisation – The Forensic Holodeck 
 5. Heimer, Jakob  Antemortem identification by fusion of MR and CT 
 6. Schweitzer, Wolf et al  Visualization strategies in forensic imaging & Virtopsy: recommendations based on semiotic analysis 


Scientific Session II - Friday May 12, 2017 11:15 

 7.    Pelletti, Guido  Quantitative study of false starts on bones through micro-CT. Preliminary results. 

Borowska-Solonynko, Aleksandra et al

Occipital condylar fractures – rare or unrecognized injury during traditional autopsy?
 9. Zoelch, Niklauset al  Non-invasive ethanol quantification in human bodies by in situ magnetic resonance spectroscopy 
 10. Webb, Bridgette  Developing an approach to post-mortem MR angiography (PMMRA): Investigation of vascular retention of perfusates in ex situ porcine hearts 
 11. De Tobel, Jannick  The influence of motion artefacts on magnetic resonance imaging of the clavicles for age estimation 

Thoma Ruder et al

Estimation of body weight from effective radiation dose of whole-body CT 


Scientific Session III - Friday May 12, 2017 15:30

 13.    Boglárka, Marcsa et al                         Forensic Evaluation of Crania Recovered from Archaeological Excavations Exhibiting Evidence of Sharp Force Trauma 
 14. Rutty, Guy et al     Ventilated Post Mortem Computed Tomography (VPMCT). Does it really make a diagnostic difference? 
 15. Robinson, C et al  Pulmonary Thromboembolism – improving the diagnosis on post-mortem CT (PMCT) 
 16. Bolster, Ferdia et al  Accuracy of PMCT with Death Investigation and Toxicology Reports for Cause and Manner of Death as Determined by Conventional Autopsy 
 17. Dedouit, Fabrice  Death due to aortic dissection or rupture – comparison of postmortem CT (PMCT) and multi-phase PMCT angiography (MPMCTA), against autopsy. 
 18. Morgane, Jotterand New formula for cardiothoracic ratio for the diagnostic of cardiomegaly on post-mortem CT 


 Scientific Sessioin IV - Saturday May 13, 2017 11:30

 19.   Pedersen, Dorthe Dangvard A possible case of medieval child abuse 
 20. Stoll, Alexande The Use of Diagnostic Imaging in Forensic Veterinary Pathology 

Ebert, Lars C

The use of deep learning in forensic medicine – a feasibility study 

Rutty, Guy et al

The Leicester Post Graduate Post Mortem Radiology Training Courses; our experience so far. 

Urschler, Martin

Automated Multi-Factorial Age Estimation from Skeletal and Dental MRI. Volumes based on Deep Learning