By: THERMOGRAPHY - Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging - Safe Breast Screeni  01-09-2011
Keywords: Health Care, Thermal, Breast Cancer

 What is Thermography?

Medical Thermal Imaging, also known as, Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (D.I.T.T), or Thermography, is a non-invasive clinical imaging technique for detecting and monitoring a number of diseases and physical injuries by showing any thermal abnormalities present in the body. Thermography uses special infrared-sensitive cameras to digitally record images of the variations in surface temperature of the human body. The recorded images are calling thermograms. These thermograms are then analyzed by a medical doctor who will give diagnosis/prognosis based on the images.

Can thermal imaging, or Thermography, serve as an alternative to Mammography?

Yes, the FDA has approved Thermography as a safe, non-invasive screening technique for breast cancer. There is no touching or compression of the breast during the exam, which only takes minutes to complete. It can also detect signs of cancer up to 10 years earlier without the exposure to X-Ray which is reported to actually increase the risk of cancer.

Can I have a Thermal Breast Evaluation if I’ve had breast surgery (lumpectomy, mastectomy, breast implants/reduction)?

Yes. Regardless of previous surgery to the breast tissue, your Thermal Imaging can be performed safely and accurately. In fact, mammography’s effectiveness is limited after such surgeries. There are guidelines as to when the Thermal Evaluation should be performed in relation to surgery.

Is this Procedure covered by Medical Aid?

Not yet, but we are in a process of negotiations.

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