Brogdon's Forensic Radiology, Second Edition
Edited by Michael J. Thali, M.D., Mark D. Viner, B.G. Brogdon
Published November 22nd 2010 by CRC Press – 654 pages
The benchmark first edition of Forensic Radiology, published in 1998, was a milestone in the forensic community — a bestseller throughout the world and a standard reference for practitioners and educators alike. Like its predecessor, Brogdon’s Forensic Radiology, Second Edition covers the entire scope of radiological applications in the forensic sciences, profiling current and anticipated uses of new modalities and techniques.
For radiologists, forensic scientists, forensic dentists, medical examiners, investigators, and attorneys
Over the past twelve years, the fields of forensic science and radiology have developed considerably, necessitating a revision of this critical work.
New Topics in this Edition include:
" … a reference work of unparalleled excellence for forensic scientists and judicial personnel. It is packed with useful information, is well-organized, and profusely illustrated. … a plethora of amazing radiographs and images, both black and white and in color. This book is a "must have" reference for not only radiologists, but for forensic scientists, especially forensic odontologists, medical examiners, and field investigators. Attorneys and others who must understand radiological findings in forensic cases will also want this book in their personal library."
—Janet Barber Duval in Forensic Digest and Forensic Times
" … this beautifully written book should not be confined to the libraries of physicians. … will be a welcome addition to the bookshelf of practitioners of forensic science of any sort."
—Gregory G. Davis, M.D., in Journal of Forensic Science
"The second edition of Brogdon’s Forensic Radiology is updated, timely, and extremely well organized. It should be considered the new reference standard for forensic imaging."
—American Journal of Roentgenology
Introduction to Forensic Radiology
Definitions in Forensics and Radiology; B.G. Brogdon
Forensic Radiology in Historical Perspective; B.G. Brogdon and J.E. Lichtenstein
Scope of Forensic Radiology; B.G. Brogdon
Coping with the Courts
The Radiological Expert; B.G. Brogdon
The Expert Witness as Viewed from the Bench; H.M. Pitluck
The Radiologist in the Courtroom Witness Stand: Good, Bad, and Indifferent; L. Berlin
Identification of the Dead; L. Riddick
Radiological Identification: Antropological Parameters; B.G. Brogdon
Modern Cross-Sectional Imaging in Anthropology; F. Dedouit, N. Telmon, H. Rousseau, E. Crubézy, F. Joffre, and D. Rougé
Radiographic Applications in Forensic Dental Identification; R.A. Weems
Virtopsy: Dental Scan and Body CT Imaging as a Screening Tool for Identification; M.J. Thali, U. Preiss, and S.A. Bolliger
Radiological Identification of Individual Remains; B.G. Brogdon
Radiology in Mass Casualty Situations; M.D. Viner and J.E. Lichtenstein
New Approaches to Radiology in Mass Casualty Situations; A.D. Levy and H.T. Harcke
Forensic Radiology of Gunshot Wounds; B.G. Brogdon and J.M. Messmer
New Developments in Gunshot Analysis; S.A. Bolliger, B.P. Kneubuehl, and M.J. Thali
Radiology of Abuse
Child Abuse; B.G. Brogdon
Abuse of Intimate Partners and of the Elderly: An Overview; B.G. Brogdon and J.D. McDowell
Radiology in Nonviolent Crimes
Smuggling/Border Control; B.G. Brogdon, H. Vogel, and P.R. Algra
Forensic and Clinical Usage of X-rays in Body Packing; P.M. Flach, S.G. Ross, and M.J. Thali
Larceny; B.G. Brogdon
Radiology of Fakes and Forgery in Art; A.E. James
Reporting and Finding Expert Opinion: Virtopsy and the Logic of Scientific Discovery of K.R. Popper; R. Dirnhofer
Photogrammetry-Based Optical Surface Scanning; S. Näther, U. Buck, and M.J. Thali
Cross-Sectional Imaging and Swiss Virtobot Documentation and Analysis: Work Flow and Procedure; M. J. Thali, S.G. Ross, S. A. Bolliger, T. Germerott, P.M. Flach, L. C. Ebert, T. Ruder, M. Bolliger, U. Preiss, S. Mathier, L. Filograna, G. Hatch, and G. Ampanozi
Clinical and Forensic Radiology Are not the Same; P.M. Flach, S.G. Ross, A. Christe, and M.J. Thali
Postmortem Biopsy; S.G. Ross, L.C. Ebert, L. Filograna, and M.J. Thali
Postmortem Angiography; S. G. Ross, P.M. Flach and M. J. Thali
Using Real 3D Data for Reconstruction; U. Buck, S. Näther, and M.J. Thali
Applications of Rapid-Prototyping Methods in Forensic Medicine; L.C. Ebert, S.G. Ross, and M.J. Thali
Facial Reconstruction: New Approaches; G. Mahoney and C. Rynn
Virtopsy and Forensic Tissue Simulation and Synthetic Body Models; M.J. Thali, B.P. Kneubuehl, and S.A. Bolliger
Facilities, Equipment, and Organization
Organization and Management of Forensic Radiology; M.D. Viner and P.F. Laudicina
Facility, Equipment, and Radiation Protection; M.D. Viner, C.W. Newell, and C.M. Jalkh
Forensic Radiological Technology
Imaging in the Medical Examiner’s Facility; T. Blyth, E. Faircloth, G. Conlogue, and M.D. Viner
Imaging in the Field; G. Conlogue, M.D. Viner, and N. Adams
Radiology of Special Objects, Antiquities, and Mummies; G. Conlogue
Essentials of Diagnostic Imaging
Production of the Radiographic Image; C.W. Newell, C.M. Jalkh, and M.D. Viner
Radiographic Positioning; C.W. Newell, C.M. Jalkh, and E. Faircloth
Michael J. Thali has written many virtual autopsy papers (see www.virtopsy.com) and is editor of the book The Virtopsy Approach. He has been a professor of forensic medicine at the University of Bern, Switzerland since 2006, and at the time of finishing this book is the director of the Forensic Institute at the University of Bern.
Mark D. Viner is a Fellow of Cranfield University Forensic Institute, Chief Executive of the Inforce Foundation, and a Senior Manager at St. Bartholomew’s and The Royal London Hospitals. He has a long-held interest in forensic imaging and emergency planning, developed during almost 30 years of experience as radiographer and radiology manager in the United Kingdom.
B.G. Brogdon’s interest and experience in forensic radiology goes back more than 40 years to a time when he was radiologist-in- charge at the Division of Diagnostic Radiology at Johns Hopkins. His involvement in the field continued throughout his tenures as professor and Chair of the Departments of Radiology at the University of New Mexico and, later, at the University of South Alabama where he is now University Distinguished Professor Emeritus.