Computerized tomography used as a routine procedure at postmortem investigations.


This is a prospective investigation of a consecutive series of 250 deceased individuals who were computerized tomography (CT)-scanned and autopsied. In 13% of patients, important findings at the CT-scanning were not found at the autopsy, and in 48% of patients, important autopsy findings were not found at the CT-scanning. The cause of death could be… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/PAF.0b013e318187e0af

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