Death Issues

Your family’s health can be enhanced by correct planning in event of death. Early scanning improves diagnostic accuracy.

Mr. A. M. 63 years caucasian. Relevant medical history of 2 years 20 day cigarette smoking and city pollution approximately 17 years. Additional radiation exposure from private flying 100 mSv and 20mSv from medical investigations. Died from severe myocardial infarction. Post mortem also found a small squamous cell carcinoma of the lung. Radon levels from the family home were found to be excessive and his family relocated to a safer location.

Mrs. P.M. Aged 64 was killed when her jet was struck by lightening. Autopsy revealed a 6.1 cms abdominal aortic aneurysm, altering the screening recommendations for her children.

Sir J.M. Died from drowning while swimming. MRI revealed a Fisher Grade 4 leak from a Berry aneurysm. Scanning of his children revealed similar resulting in life saving surgery.

Don J. and Doña J. wanted the best for their family. At death they were cryogenically frozen, biopsied and scanned by CT and MRI.

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. MRI of their still born baby confirmed trisomy 13 without necropsy.