Over the years there have been numerous studies conducted validating the use of medical thermography cameras for various clinical conditions. Spectron IR has selected some of the more recent studies to provide examples of how thermography can be used in the medical field.
The studies that Spectron IR has selected are from various credible sources internationally including: The American Journal of Surgery; Rheumatology, European Journal of Applied Physiology and Journal of Urology; and involving some of the most noted research centers including: Duke University, North Shore LIJ Research Institute, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rabin Medical Center, Tel Aviv Israel, Department of Internal Medicine, State University of New York and Department of Cardiology, and the University Clinic Essen, Germany.
Studies found on the Spectron IR website page should not be used for diagnosing purposes or be substituted for medical advice. It is your responsibility to research the accuracy, completeness, and usefulness of all opinions, services, and other information found on this site, and to consult with a professional health care provider as to whether the information can benefit you. Spectron IR assumes no responsibility or liability for any consequences resulting directly or indirectly for any action or inaction taken based on the information, services, or material on or linked to this site.
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General Health – Extracranial cerebral diseases and neoplastic conditions.
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Breast Health – Adjunctive screening for the detection of breast cancer.
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Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine
Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine – Musculoskeletal disorders including inflammatory conditions and rehabilitation.
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Vascular Medicine – Vascular conditions including DVT and blood flow.
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Dermatology Medicine – Melanoma and other neoplastic skin conditions.
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Inflammation & Pain
Inflammation/Pain – Inflammatory conditions.
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