Dynamic Medical Thermometry Is regulation thermometry, a dynamic tool that enables the analysis of skin temperature before and after a fixed cooling period. It can provide a monitor of visceral and glandular physiology and data about dysfunction that may precede or be caused by pathologic conditions.
Dynamic Medical Thermometry System is an adjunct diagnostic device for indications of abnormalities of the entire body or only female breast, inflammatory and neoplastic conditions that could result in cancers. It’s a physiological dynamic method that employs the science of regulation thermography and benefits from thousands of patients tested over the past 2 decades. It is an indispensable initial-screening method that produces no radiation or toxicity and can be performed in nearly any climate.
Following is a list of some of the organ and tissue patterns that can be accurately recognized by Dynamic Thermometric Screening:
- Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes (Pancreas)
- Breast (Breast Health, Cystic Changes)
- Liver Disease and Function
- Endocrine Function (pituitary/thyroid/ovary)
- Cardiac Function (Efficiency, Electrophysiology)
- Cerebrovascular Disorders
- Brain and Headache
- Dental Infections
- Structural Integrity (Neuromuscular) Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Pulmonary Function
- Thyroid Abnormalities
- Viral and Bacterial Disease Monitoring
The system can also identify parallel disease factors accompanying many conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, cognitive disorders and viral diseases. Early stage detection of such factors is critical.
Thermoregulation is provided by the extensive vascular supply, hair follicles, sweat glands, and adipose tissue of the skin. Vasoconstriction and vasodilation in the skin, controlled by the autonomic nervous system, contains functional physiologic information that is useful in medical assessment.
Thermoregulation of different areas of the body such as the forehead, back, abdomen, and breast, with and without stress, may show abnormalities before the development of more severe symptoms. These aberrations of thermoregulation may increase with disease progression.
Until recently, it was impossible clinically to assess most autonomic nervous system functions reliably, but now objective quantifiable information about the normal and abnormal functions of the autonomic nervous system may be obtained from the dynamic behavior of skin temperature. Thermometric Analysis of the Skin is a powerful diagnostic tool in early breast cancer detection and vast variety of other medical conditions.