Virtopsy

(redirected from Imaging-Guided Virtual Autopsy)
A project in begun at the University of Berne using CT and a permutation of MRI known as quantitative synthetic MRI to examine sudden and/or suspicious (‘forensic’) deaths and document injuries due to burning, and forensically relevant vital reactions—e.g., air embolism, blood aspiration
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Virtopsy: minimally invasive, imaging-guided virtual autopsy.