Breast Thermography.org is the place to find information concerning breast thermal imaging. Thermography is a medical screening device for breast cancer and other breast disease using infrared detectors, commonly called infrared cameras. This procedure is non invasive and does not use radiation. It is complimentary to mammography and causes no harm to the patient.
Thermography has been approved by the United States FDA since 1983 for the adjunctive screening of breast cancer. Recent studies have shown thermography to be effective in women with health breasts at 97% sensitivity.
Breast Thermography.org has been on the internet for over 14 years.
The updating stopped with the passing away of Dr. William Cockburn in January 2012. In memory of him and his works you will now find this archived Version of his website, including the library of articles and the image library which is for your education and use. DISCLAIMER: Please bare in mind that the site is no longer rebuild and modernized: Thermal imaging facts will change over time as new announcements or scientific studies are made. Please also read the legal disclaimer here.
Regardless, the site will contain many great features for you to use, whether you are a physician, nurse, administrator, researcher or patient.
Some of the features you can come back and check on are:
History of Breast Thermography
Appropriate Protocols for Breast Thermography
What do you see? What do you feel? What do you hear?
Extensive image library of normal and abnormal thermograms with explanations
Links to Board Certified and Diplomate Level Thermographers World Wide
Questions and Answers (FAQ's)
Information on Training in Thermal Imaging
and much more.
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