Hamzer55
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Hi guys I’m currently in my third year of radiography and need to start thinking about my dissertation.

I was interested in the topic of imaging post-mortem.

I’m having difficulty trying to think of what question you make out of it

Can anyone help me out? thank you!
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Check out the existing dissertations first to get you thinking about possible approaches for your own study. Remember, even if someone else has done the research, all you need to do is repeat but with a twist. Check these dissertations out for starters:

Detecting the cause of death in infants and children: Whole-body post-mortem computed tomography compared to autopsy.

A study on post-mortem assessment of coronary artery disease and the role of clinical cardiology diagnostic techniques in further development of a minimally invasive autopsy

Imaging T1, T2 and myelin water fraction in the post-mortem multiple sclerosis central nervous system

Quantitative T2 imaging of whole post-mortem brains in ALS

Your own uni will have access to hundreds of dissertations - go and speak to a librarian.
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