High-resolution X-ray imaging is critical for making novel discoveries during investigations related to cause of death and other investigations, allowing for analysis of excised bones, organs, or ballistics.
Non-destructive Testing (NDT) is of ever-growing importance, our solutions help to decrease downtime providing results quickly and accurately for applications such as QA/QC testing, document examination, product inspection, explosives, and packaging.
Researchers require reliable technology with high performance to investigate the effects of radiation on different types of cells, and tissues in lab experiments. Scientists utilize X-ray irradiators to create immunocompromised systems to study in cell and animal models, resulting in the development of new therapies.
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PARAMETER 3D with DIGIMUS BMD for Small Animal Imaging
The musculoskeletal system consists of bones, cartilage, muscle, ligament, tendons, and other connective tissue to give the animal structures. X-ray imaging may play a key role in characterizing small animal pathology, body composition, and bone mineral density.
Forensic anthropology is a subfield of biological anthropology. It is used by forensic researchers for knowing the human skeleton variation as well as for understanding the pathologies, traumas, and arthritis. The field lacks standardization of training for personal performance and interpreting forensic radiography.
Forensic Radiography: Demonstrating a Fractured Hyoid Bone
Forensic imaging is a relatively new addition to forensic sciences investigation. It is used by forensic researchers for advanced visualization. Examiners also look for trauma and pathology to find missing key pieces of evidence that are not seen by the naked eye.