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Delhi: AIIMS set to start virtual autopsy, no cuts needed

NEW DELHI: For a family that has lost someone to unnatural death, be it suicide or accident, the grief is compounded when they have to witness the dissected and sutured body after the autopsy. Postmortem examination is an integral part of medicine, which involves dissecting the body from top to bottom. To avoid this, All …

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Global Forensic Imaging Market (2021 to 2028) – Share, Size, Trends & Industry Analysis Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The global forensic imaging market expected to reach US$ 139.5 million by 2028 according to the study. This report gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth. The global forensic imaging market is driven by few notable factors such as innovations in medical imaging, rising criminal activities coupled …

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India to start Virtual Autopsy soon says Union Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan

NEW DELHI: India will soon adopt the virtual autopsy procedure which involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues instead of making an incision or dissecting the body with AIIMS, Delhi and Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) jointly working on the technique that is expected to become functional in the next six …

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Growing Demand for Postmortem Imaging

Postmortem examination by means of computed tomography and other imaging techniques is still a novelty in many countries. But at the forensic institute of the University of Zurich, Switzerland, scanning the bodies is daily routine. By Irène Dietschi The man’ s body, after being exhumed from the cemetery in the early morning hours, was brought …

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SCB proposes govt to adopt virtual autopsy

The method involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues CUTTACK: The Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (FMT) department in SCB Medical College and Hospital (SCB MCH) has proposed the State government to adopt the virtual autopsy procedure in its legal system.Virtual autopsy involves conducting postmortem by scanning the organs, bones and tissues instead of …

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AIIMS, ICMR working on virtual autopsy technique: Govt in Rajya Sabha

Delhi’s AIIMS and Indian Council of Medical Research are jointly working on a technique for postmortem without dissecting the body and it is likely to be functional within the next six months, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. India will be the first country to start “virtual autopsy” in the …

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Bina Cutting Post Mortem ke liye BMC Doctors Team kar Rahi hai Tayyari Virtual Autopsy Machine

London se Ek Machine Mangane  ki Tayyari  Nair Hospital Mai  Virtual Autopsy (Postmortem)Ki Ek Presentation Diya Gaya hai jis Mai Is Machine ke baare mai jaankari di gayi hai  DOCTORS EXPERT TEAM Shri Dhamane, DMC PHDr Supe, Director PHDr Bharmal, Dean NairDr Dere, Forensic KEMDr Mohite, Forensic NairDr Shetty, Radiology Nair SP Corporater Rais Shaikh …

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IMA for virtual autopsy to find cause in unexplained deaths

New Delhi, Jan 5 (PTI) The Indian Medical Association (IMA) today batted for conducting virtopsy (virtual autopsy) at the clinical level in cases of unexplained deaths, noting a rise in number of such casualties. Virtual autopsies can be facilitated by currently available techniques like whole body CT, whole body MRI, post mortem angiography and molecular …

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Grave situation: just 9 docs for 54 post-mortems a day

While State-run post-mortem centres reel under severe shortage of doctor, govt turns a blind eye. The city’s four State-run postmortem centres, which receive on an average 54 bodies a day, are reeling under a severe shortage of doctors. There are only nine doctors running the show in the post-mortem centres at JJ, Cooper, Rajawadi and …

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