A renaissance man

It is rare for a pediatric radiologist to get front-page headlines in The New York Times—especially when he did nothing wrong [1]. Au contraire, H. Theodore (Ted) Harcke is doing pioneering work as chief of forensic radiology at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) (see commentary “The Case for Postmortem Imaging”). Those who know Ted are not… CONTINUE READING