Critical Imaging Technology

Forensic Pathology Images

High-speed, full-body imaging assists the forensic pathologist by reducing the time taken to complete autopsy examinations. Rapid, full-body images can be obtained for all bodies admitted for autopsy, and can assist in confirming the identity of the dead. Lodox radiographs may be especially useful in the case of religious groups that require expedited burial, while rapid localisation of foreign bodies, including bullets, with multiple views can benefit criminal investigations. The full-body, low-radiation format makes Lodox imaging safer and easier for staff and could improve the workflow in busy forensic pathology laboratories.

Xmplar-DR 3D Full Body 60 Seconds Digital Scanner


Helpful in the diagnosis of non-accidental injuries in children and cause-of-death determination in cases of sudden unexpected death in infants.

Superior to conventional radiographs for visualisation of the main bronchi for the detection of TB and lung pathology.

Particularly useful in determining the presence of foreign bodies such as bullets.


The open C-arm design improves accessibility for imaging larger subjects, and the load-bearing design of the bariatric trolley permits masses of up to 300 kg (660lbs).

The unique, focused fan-beam of the linear slit-scanning technology improves image quality by reducing large-body scatter degradation.


Lodox images have a pixel size of 60 μm, up to 5 line-pairs/mm of spatial resolution and more than 16000 grey levels of contrast resolution, supported by patented image-processing and viewing software.

Lodox high-de nition, high-contrast images have been found to be equal to, or better than, conventional X-ray images for the detection of thoracic, pulmonary, mediastinal, pelvic and peripheral injuries.