7th annual meeting of the International Society for Forensic Radiology and Imaging | 13th annual meeting of the International Association of Forensic Radiographers

Thursday 10 May 2018

8.30am - 8.45am Official ISFRI2018 Congress Opening
Plenary Session - Integration (Pathology)Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Chair - Chris O’Donnell
8.45am – 9.15am Dr. Michael Pollanen - Role of imaging in forensic pathology practice
9.15am – 9.45am Dr. Owen Arthurs - Why the radiologist is key to the perinatal autopsy
9.45am – 10.30am Prof. Guy Rutty - Grenfell tower disaster: remote radiology reporting team facilitated DVI process
10.30am – 11.00am Morning Tea (Foyer)
  Thursday AM Scientific Papers Session Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Featuring the ISFRI Prize Winning Presentation
Chair - Guy Rutty
11.00am – 11.10am Waltraud Baier
Using Micro Computed Tomography to improve the diagnosis of strangulation deaths - validation and initial case data
11.10am – 11.20am Vasiliki Chatzaraki
Death by hanging: a retrospective case-control investigation of the intervertebral disc vacuum phenomenon in PMCT
11.20am – 11.30am Henri De Bakker
Post-mortem radiological case series of acetabular fractures after fatal aviation accidents
11.30am – 11.40am Mark Viner
The Battle of Fromelles, July 1916: The value of radiography in historical human identification.
11.40am – 11.50am Lars Ebert
CT-based sex estimation on human femora using statistical shape modelling
11.50am – 12.00pm Peter Mygind Leth
Fatty kidney diagnosed by Post-Mortem Computed Tomography
12.00pm – 12.10pm Maiko Yoshida
Fatal hemorrhage complicated with methamphetamine poisoning: a pitfall of the CT-based death investigation
12.10pm – 12.20pm Vasiliki Chatzaraki
Accuracy of unenhanced PMCT for pulmonary fat embolism: diagnosis and severity
12.20pm – 12.30pm Sebastian Eggert
A fully synthetic lung model for wound-ballistic experiments – first results
12.30pm – 2.00pm Lunch (Foyer)
Including ISFRI working groups - Room TBC
  Plenary Session - Integration (Community And International)Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Chair - Morio Iino
2.00pm – 2.20pm Mr. Graham Segal - Religious and cultural implications of post-mortem imaging and death investigation
2.20pm – 2.40pm Ms. Natalie Morgan - Families and the medical community
2.40pm – 3.05pm Dr. Sookyoung Lee - Forensic Radiology in Korea
3.05pm – 3.30pm Assoc. Prof. Hyodoh Hideki - Forensic Radiology in Japan
3.30pm – 4.00pm Afternoon Tea (Foyer)
  Thursday PM Scientific Papers Session Parkside Rooms 4 & 5
Chair - Michael Thali
4.00pm – 4.10pm Jane Rutty
Using Post Mortem Computed Tomography (PMCT) images and videos as an innovative tool for teaching anatomy as an adjunct to traditional methods within pre-registration nursing curricula
4.10pm – 4.20pm Jakob Heimer
Organ CT attenuation in fatal hemorrhage - how to image what has disappeared
4.20pm – 4.30pm Hideko Fujimoto
Verification of dental identification by CT images for the cases with few teeth and no dental
4.30pm – 4.40pm Diana Kreul
Comparison of photogrammetric data with a 3D surface scan of a hairbrush after physical assault
4.40pm – 4.50pm Hock Gan Heng
Veterinary post-mortem computed tomography: Purdue experience from 2008-2017
4.50pm – 5.00pm Maurice Huijnen
Minimally invasive extraction of projectiles; a feasibility study
5.00pm – 5.10pm Marna Du Plessis
Lodox®: the invaluable and more affordable radiographic solution
5.10pm – 5.20pm Marco Palmesino
PMCT to pipeline forensic imaging added-value to classic autopsy in the Swiss canton of Ticino. A 6-year retrospect.
5.20pm – 5.30pm Mansharan Kaur Chainchel Singh
Correlation of urinary bladder distension and pulmonary oedema in toxicological-related deaths from the post-mortem cases in Hospital Kuala Lumpur
5.30pm – 5.40pm Yohsuke Makino
Post-mortem CT and MRI findings of massive fat embolism

Please note that this program is a draft, accurate as of 13 March 2018 and is subject to change without notice.