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Scanning the dead: Orange County votes to buy CT machine to examine deaths

Scanning the dead: Orange County votes to buy CT machine to examine deaths

Stephen Hudak. "Scanning the dead: Orange County votes to buy CT machine to examine deaths." Orlando SentinelWeb 31 July 2018.

shudak@orlandosentinel.com or 407-650-6361.

The Orange County (Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida) commissioners approved the request of Dr. Joshua Stephany, the chief medical examiner in Orange and Osceola counties to purchase a computerized tomography scanner (CT scanner) on Tuesday, July 31, 2018, from CMS Imaging, Inc. CT Scanners are standard in hospitals but are unusual in US autopsy rooms. The Neusoft Neuviz 16 Essence CT scanner will not replace traditional autopsies, but the digital images may assist county and city officials in solving crimes. These digital autopsies will allow medical examiners an alternative to preserving the deceased's dignity and also adhere to religious tenets with regards to traditional autopsies.


The full article can be found here http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/orange/os-orange-county-digital-autopsy-20180730-story.html# - you will be redirected away from the CMS Imaging website


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