|Forensic Pathology & Computed Tomography (CT)|
The evaluation of Computed Tomography for its use in forensic pathological investigations
Non-invasive autopsy technique in investigations of deaths due to firearm
The proposed study is the first of its kind to be undertaken in the World. The study aims at a designing a newer non-invasive autopsy technique to analyse forensically relevant aspects of firearm deaths.
Computed Tomography assessment of bone and teeth of the developing child
Studying the development of artefacts and time since death in real time using Computed Tomography (CT)
In recent years Computed Tomography (CT) assisted autopsy is being used more frequently in Forensic Medicine. Some named it as virtual autopsy, which is an autopsy without scalpels that demonstrates the cutting edge of Pathology. The most obvious advantage is that CT assisted autopsy creates a 3D image which provides a permanent record that can be studied, archived or sent.
DNA identification as a tool for the identification of the perpetrator of child abuse
Species identification and DNA profiling of Cervus elaphus (Red deer)
Determination of forces and penetration mechanisms in stabbing with improvised weapons
Quantification of forces used in stabbing