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THE ULTIMATE IN PREVENTION – Digital Infrared Thermal ImagingThousands of people in the United States have taken advantage of Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI). A patented DITI system detects infrared radiation to measure the physiological activity in your body. This clinical test is supported by 30 years of research and over 8,000 published medical studies. The procedure takes less than 20 minutes, requires no physical contact, there are no liquids to drink and it is 100% safe with no radiation and is FDA approved.
- You will see “bio-markers” that can reveal how efficiently your organs are functioning.
- Your thermal patterns are assessed by standards set by doctors at Johns Hopkins University
- Your patterns can relate to the function of your heart, lungs, digestive system, colon, stomach, liver, gallbladder, thyroid, vascular system, muscles, bones, joints and breast health.
- DITI’s has the ability to “see” inflammation, nerve and vascular changes that are invisible to X-ray and MRI.
- It’s totally safe to use this state-of-the-art technology to monitor your health!
This patient was age 37 when her first baseline thermogram showed a slight hyperthermic asymmetry in the upper right breast. The follow-up study showed the pattern had become more well-defined and although clinical correlation did not find anything remarkable it was decided to repeat the exam again in 3 months, when again significant changes were seen. Mammography was performed at this stage with the thermographic guidance of the locally suspicious area at 1 o’clock to the right nipple. The mammographic findings were inconclusive and the patient was referred for a repeat mammogram in 12 months. At 12 months, thermogram revealed significantly increased vascular changes and repeat mammogram showed a small calcification (1mm) at 1 o’clock. A lumpectomy was performed confirming a malignant carcinoma (DCIS).