Software and scanners used for digital autopsies

Oct. 25, 2013

A Malaysian entrepreneur named Matt Chandran, group chief executive officer at Infovalley, has a developed a system that utilizes his company’s iGene 3D imaging software and medical scanners to perform digital autopsies. Chandran uses a scanner from a company such as Siemens, General Electric, Toshiba, or Phillips, and hooks it up to his iGene 3D imaging software, which enables the virtual inspection of a cadaver in 3D, eliminating the need for physical inspection and allowing experts to more easily spot and identify fractures, breaks, foreign objects, and wounds. The first digital autopsy facility will be opened in the UK sometime in early 2014 .

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