(Received 26 November 1984; accepted 5 February 1985)
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Radiology is increasingly being used as a means of postmortem identification. We have devised a shadow positioning technique by which a postmortem radiograph of a skeletal part can exactly duplicate an antemortem radiograph, thus, facilitating identification by comparison of the antemortem and postmortem radiographs. The antemortem radiograph can be of any skeletal part and taken in any position.
Acting chairman, Cook County Hospital, Chicago, IL
applications specialist, Philips Medical Systems, Itasca, IL
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