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Thermal Imaging in Queensland
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Your Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging Assessment Thermographers.
Are you concerned that radiation can cause cell mutation?..
Are you concerned that compression of the breast is not only painful, but dangerous?
If these factors are of significant concern and you refuse to use mammography, educate yourself about other modalities including Infrared Thermal Imaging.
It is also appropriate for women of all ages who, for many reasons, are unable or not willing to undergo routine mammography screening. This imaging can provide a clinical marker to a health care professional that a specific area of the breast needs particular close and gentle examination.
Research indicates that it can take a number of years for a tumour to grow to a point where it can be detected by mammography, thus any modality that can indicate the earliest possible marker of abnormality is needed to facilitate the earliest possible treatment and/or intervention. Considerable research confirms DITI'S role in monitoring breast health is to help in early recognition and monitoring of abnormal physiology.
Using comparative studies, DITI is one of very few imaging procedures capable of observing abnormal breast physiology at a very early stage. This quick and easy imaging begins with your medical history being noted, you will be required to partially disrobe for the scanning to take place. DITI cannot image through hair on the head or through clothing. DITI, does not require any contact with your body at all. There is no compression of the breast and is therefore painless. There is no radiation being passed through your very sensitive breasts.
Your results are reported quickly by certified doctors and will be forwarded to you, and if you so nominate, to your health care professional, by post, in approximately five to seven business days.
For best results, before your imaging, it will be necessary to carry out the following guidelines:
~ No excessive exercise (no gym) 6 hours prior to your appointment.
~ No shower or bath at least one hour before your appointment.
~ No makeup or deodorants.
~ No hot or cold drinks and/or food 30 min. before your appointment.
~ Minimum jewellery.
~ Wear loose clothing if possible.
~ No sunburn or excessive sun exposure a week before.
~ Try to come in a calm state - don't rush.
Establishing a stable temperature pattern, or base line, that can be repeated on a regular basis, is of the utmost importance when using thermography to evaluate breast health. To ascertain a stable pattern however, thermography requires at least a second reading. Without a second reading, stability cannot be determined.
Reference to the following material is available in online searches.
“Abnormal or unstable thermology has been demonstrated to be amongst the best of the extremely early indicators for those at risk for developing serious breast disease. This fact has been known since 1976. At the Third International Symposium on Detection and Prevention of Cancer in New York, thermography was established by consensus as the highest risk marker for the possibility of the presence of an undetected breast cancer. It had also been shown to predict such a subsequent occurrence. The Wisconsin Breast Cancer Detection Foundation presented a summary of its findings in this area which has remained undisputed. This, combined with other reports, has confirmed that thermography is the highest risk indicator for the future development of breast cancer and is 10 times more significant than a first order family history of the disease” .
If risk assessment is known to be high at a very early stage, there are numerous, suitably qualified, health care professionals available to help you drastically reverse your risk exposure, and often long before reaching a much more dramatic finding.
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO CONSIDER.
Click here for a Mercola.com
article on Breast Thermography