breast thermography

breast thermography

A diagnostic modality based on infrared assessment of skin temperature, which is higher overlying cancers; it is also higher overlying inflammation, making it accurate at best and dangerous at worst. Breast thermography has fallen into disuse by mainstream medical practitioners due to high false-positive and false-negative rates, and diagnostic use of breast thermography borders on pseudoscience.
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Breast thermography, which I talked about at length in my book 456 Most Powerful Healing Secrets (800-610-2107), is one way to help identify inflammation in the breast.
Breast thermography provides one of the best visual clues to the presence of inflammation in breast tissue.
Likewise, non-ionizing technology market comprises breast MRI, breast ultrasound, optical imaging, whole breast ultrasound, and breast thermography.
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EARLY DETECTION: Learn about breast thermography as an alternative to mammograms at a seminar 1:30 p.
Unlike most breast thermography solutions, NoTouch BreastScan[TM] does not require manual interpretation of thermal data; instead, it dynamically analyzes temperature pixels from various infrared frames to create a real-time objective report for the doctor.
The non-ionizing technology segment is classified as breast MRI, breast ultrasound, optical imaging, whole breast ultrasound, and breast thermography.
Some readers might conclude that they won't recommend screening mammography at all or may instead choose to recommend breast thermography.
If you have access to a computer, you can find clinics that meet the stringent qualifications for accurate breast thermography on the following Web site: www.
Breast thermography is a noninvasive and nonionizing medical imaging.
Breast thermography, or infrared imaging, is a diagnostic tool that identifies and measures heat changes in the body.
Moreover, factors such as radiation exposure and associated hazards, and lack of safety data for use of technologies such as breast thermography for screening breast tissue, are limiting the adoptionrate of these technologies in the breast imaging market.