ISFRI 2016
Poster Abstracts
The posters will be displayed on digital screens in the exhibition and catering area.
  • P.001 Hemopericardium on postmortem CT: What does ''hyperdense armored heart'' indicate? - M. Murakami, Japan
  • P.002 Prosthetic Imaging in Forensic Radiology - B. Temme, United States of America
  • P.004 Drowning lung CT patterns; experimental evaluation - H. Hyodoh Japan
  • P.005 Can perinatal post-mortem MRI reporting be learnt? diagnostic accuracy of 200 cases - O. J. Arthurs, United Kingdom
  • P.006 Fatal intoxication after combined ingestion of formic acid, diphenhydramine and ethanol detected on post-mortem imaging -  P.M. Flach, Switzerland
  • P.007 Queer the pitch: How to detect internal drug couriers – from customs through hospitals to forensics. - P.M. Flach, Switzerland
  • P.008 The Gas Bubble Sign as Indicator for Strangulation on Postmortem Computed Tomography. - P.M. Flach, Switzerland
  • P.009 Abnormalities found on postmortem computed tomography after a suicidal death due to helium inhalation – a new look on the mechanism of death? - A.B.S. Borowska-Solonynko, Poland
  • P.010 "S.F.R/G.R.A.V.I.T survey: Results and Findings, State-of-play survey on post-mortem cross-sectional imaging in France in 2015 -  E.D. Dumousset, France
  • P.011 An attempt of dental identification method of the relocated tooth on PMCT images -  H.F. Fujimoto, Japan
  • P.012 Postmortem computed tomography-angiography (PMCTA) in decomposed bodies - P.F. Flach,  Switzerland
  • P.013 Post-autopsy computed tomography: role and results in firearm death by terrorist attack -  S.V. Visentin, Italy
  • P.014 Very Economical Immersion Pump Feasibility for Postmortem CT Angiography - W. Schweitzer, Switzerland
  • P.015 Possible XOR fallacy - combination of foramen sternale with an osseous sternal knife stab injury-  W. Schweitzer, Switzerland
  • P.016 Visualization of Computed Tomography data using Cinematic Rendering - L.C. Ebert, Switzerland
  • P.017 Radiologic identification with standardized single CT image of the skull - T.D. Ruder, Switzerland
  • P.018 Multi-reader assessment of rib fracture detection with a new visualization tool - T.D. Ruder, Switzerland
  • P.019 Post-mortem computed tomography angiography and forensic necropsy of a brown howler monkey: case report -  A.C. Pinto, Brazil
  • P.020 Complete cardiac and bronchial avulsion in a dog: post-mortem computed tomography and forensic necropsy analysis-  A.C. Pinto, Brazil
  • P.022 Effect of repeated freeze-thaw cycles on human musculoskeletal tissue visualized by post-mortem computed tomography (PMCT) - A.C. Klop, Netherlands
  • P.023 Sequences and Technique for Postmortem Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Children,  N. Jawad, United Kingdom
  • P.024 Postmortem CT versus forensic autopsy: frequent discrepancies of tracheobronchial content findings, L.P. Lombardo, Switzerland
  • P.025 PMCTA: Effects of Contrast Media on Atherosclerotic Plaques in an Animal Model - M.K. Chainchel Singh, Malaysia
  • P.026 "Towards “Virtual” Forensic Anthropology: The accuracy of 3D skeletal reconstructions from full body CT-scans - P. Bor, Netherlands
  • P.027 Post mortem computed tomography angiogram (pmcta) in vascular related death: just a pretty picture or really worth a thousand words? - S.N. Abdul Rashid, Malaysia
  • P.028 The value of postmortem computed tomography in burned victims in a forensic setting - G.H.J. Roelandt,  Netherlands
  • P.029 The forensic holodeck – An immersive display for forensic crime scene reconstructions - L.C. Ebert,  Switzerland
  • P.031 Post-mortem changes in musculoskeletal and subcutaneous tissue in relation to post-mortem interval and cause of death on post-mortem  - CT. W. Klein,  Netherlands
  • P.032 “Autopsy imaging(Ai)”- overview of another postmortem imaging evolving in Japan -  M.Y Yoshida, Japan

    P.033 Image-based measurements of size and shape of the hippocampus for visualizing stress - J. Jacobsen, Denmark

The abstracts of the posters can be downloaded here