Berlin 15.03.2019


De Tobel J, Bauwens J, Parmentier G, Franco A, Pauwels N, Verstraete K, Thevissen P (Gent, Leuven, Belgium): The use of magnetic resonance imaging in forensic age estimation of living children and subadults systematically reviewed.

Auf der Mauer M, Säring D, Jopp-van Well E, Pröve P-L, Stanczus B, Herrmann J, Groth M, Morlock MM (Wedel, Hamburg, Germany): Knee MRI segmentation and age estimation: evaluation of age estimation methods.

Zuppello M, Hackman L, Black SM (Dundee, Lancaster, UK): Development of the distal end of the femur: a novel methodology for the analysis and data visualization of T1 weighted MRIs of the distal end of the femur for age estimation in the living purposes.

Ekizoglu O (Izmir, Turkey): Forensic age assessment by MRI and CT of the proximal humeral epiphysis.

Rudolf E (Attnang-Puchheim, Austria): Not-assessable shape variants of the age marker ‘medial clavicular ossification’ as seen from thin-slice CT-scans.

Tangmose Larsen S (Copenhagen, Denmark): Should we estimate the age of obvious minors?

Mörnstad H (Båstad, Sweden): The status of "medical age estimations" in Sweden; Result and Discussion after 12,000 cases.

De Tobel J, Hillewig E, Phlypo I, de Haas M, van Wijk M, Fieuws S, Verstraete K, Thevissen P (Leuven, Gent, Belgium; Den Haag, The Netherlands): Multi-factorial age estimation: a Bayesian approach combining dental and skeletal magnetic resonance imaging.

Metsäniitty M, Waltimo-Sirén J, Ranta H, Fieuws S, Thevissen P (Helsinki, Finland; Leuven, Belgium): Dental age estimation in Somali children and sub-adults combining permanent teeth and third molars development.

Liversidge H (London, UK): A new approach to assessing root fractions.

Guo Y-C (Xi’an, China): Studies on the radiographic visibility of the root pulp and the periodontal ligament of lower third molars in a northern Chinese population.

Schmeling A (Münster, Germany): Analysis of the 17th proficiency test.

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