Berlin 16.03.2018



Martrille L, Blum A, Rerolle C, Garcia-Mire M, Kolopp M, Saint-Martin P (Nancy, Tours, France)
Experience of two French university hospitals relating to age estimation protocol of unaccompanied minors

Pradella F (Florence, Italy)
The recent law about migrants' identification and current forensic ID practices in Italy.

Gelbrich G (Würzburg, Germany)
We ought to, but we don't: current (non-)application of forensic age estimation in Germany.

Dahlberg PS (Oslo, Norway)
Agreement between chronological age and bone age based on the Greulich and Pyle atlas: a systematic review.

Rolseth V (Oslo, Norway)
Demirjian’s development stages on wisdom teeth for estimation of chronological age: a systematic review.

Bleka Ø (Oslo, Norway)
BioAlder: A model for assessing chronological age based on radiographical methods.

De Tobel J, Parmentier G, Phlypo I, Descamps B, Neyt S, Van De Velde W, Verstraete K, Thevissen P (Gent, Leuven, Belgium)
Magnetic resonance imaging of third molars in forensic age estimation: comparison of the Ghent and Graz protocols focusing on apical closure.

Liversidge H (London, UK)
The difficulties assessing eruption of M3 to estimate age.

Karayianni K, Mitsea A (Athens, Greece)
Testing the London Atlas Method in a Greek population sample.

Mitsea A, Tsiklakis K, Karayianni K (Athens, Greece)
Dental age estimation in special population groups: children with isolated cleft lip and palate.

Johannsson G, Richter S (Reykjavik, Iceland)
Forensic age estimation by radiographic visibility of the pulp in mandibular third molars.

Gelbrich B, Carl C, Stellzig-Eisenhauer A, Gelbrich G (Leipzig, Würzburg, Germany)
Comparison of three methods of dental age estimation.

Hurnanen J, Visnapuu V, Sillanpää M, Löyttyniemi E, Rautava J (Turku, Finland)
The neonatal line - characterization and application in age assessment.

Rudolf E, Kramer J, Schmidt S, Vieth V, Winkler I, Schmeling A (Attnang-Puchheim, Linz, Jennersdorf, Austria; Münster, Germany)
Intraindividual incongruences of medially ossifying clavicles in borderline adults as seen from thin-slice CT studies of 2595 male persons.

Vieth V, Schulz R, Heindel W, Pfeiffer H, Buerke B, Schmeling A, Ottow C (Münster, Germany)
Forensic age assessment by 3.0T MRI of the knee: Proposal of a new MRI-classification of ossification stages.

Auf der Mauer M, Pröve P-L, Stanczus B, Morlock MM, Herrmann J, Säring D, Jopp-van Well E (Wedel, Hamburg, Germany)
Automated segmentation of bones for the age assessment in 3D MR images using Convolutional Neural Networks.

Schmeling A (Münster, Germany)
Analysis of the 16th proficiency test.

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