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Atlas of Postmortem Angiography
Springer International Publishing
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[Contents] Part I: Introduction: Postmortem Imaging. - Development and Historical Review. - PMI. - A part of forensic medicine. - PMI. - A transdisciplinary approach for objectified knowledge. Part II: Postmortem Angiography: PMA. - A historical review. - PMA. - and the thanatology of the heart-circulation system. Part III: PMA. - the technical approach: PMA and the Virtangio system. - PMA and CT. - PMA and MRI. - PMA and contrast agent. - PMA and Database and storage. Part IV: PMA. - The role of the radiographer: The new profession of forensic radiographer. PartV: Multiphase Postmortem Angiography: Neuro (Head). - Neck. - Heart. - Vascular system. - Lungs. - Gastro intestinal tract. - Abdominal Organs. Part VI: Post-mortem Angiography of the Extremities: Upper extremities. - Lower extremities. Part VII: In cases of natural death: Sudden cardiac death. - Systemic diseases, sepsis, multi-organ failure. - Other natural death. Part VIII: PMA and trauma: Blunt trauma. - Sharp trauma. - Shot. - Explosion, Thermic trauma. - Suffocation / Strangulation. - Intoxication. - Drowning. - Other traumatic death (Cardio-Inhibitor Reflex, electrocution). - Post-operative death. Part IX: Special casuistic cases: Forensic radiological diagnosis and reconstruction. Part X: PMA and clinical pathology (non-forensic cases): Heart surgery. - Intensive cardiology. - Intensive care unit. - Emergency medicine. Part XI: PMA. - special studies: Children. - Decomposition. - Histology. - Immuno-Histology. - Intravasal pressures. - Medical malpractice. - Animal model. - Selective angio. Part XII: PMA. - in Teaching and clinical anatomy: PMA in student teaching. - PMA in clinical anatomy
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