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Thermography as a breast cancer screening technique: A review article
This review discusses the benefits of thermography showing that it can be a significant modality for breast cancer screening. The recent developments in thermal sensors, imaging protocols, and computer-aided software diagnostics hold great promise for making this technique a mainstream screening method for cancer.
Combining genetic algorithms for breast cancer diagnosis using Thermography
In this context, thermography is a suitable approach to help early diagnosis due to the temperature difference between cancerous tissues and healthy neighboring tissues. This work proposes an ensemble method for selecting models and features by combining a Genetic Algorithm (GA) and the Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier to diagnose breast cancer.
Medical applications of infrared thermography: A review
With the advent of modern infrared cameras, data acquisition and processing techniques, it is now possible to have real time high resolution thermographic images, which is likely to surge further research in this field. The present efforts are focused on automatic analysis of temperature distribution of regions and statistical analysis for detection of abnormalities.
Novel thermal imaging technique for breast screening
his trial is to study a new breast imaging tool called Thermalytix™. ThermalytixTM is a new radiation-free, automated breast cancer screening technique that uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) over thermal images. Thermal images are heat signatures in our body. This new technique will capture heat signatures in the breast and analyze those images with AI software.
Recent application of Medical Infrared Thermography in sports medicine
Medical infrared thermography (MIT) is used for analyzing physiological functions related to skin temperature. Technological advances have made MIT a reliable medical measurement tool. This paper provides an overview of MIT’s technical requirements and usefulness in sports medicine, with a special focus on overuse and traumatic knee injuries.
Early detection of breast cancer using infrared technology: A review
Most studies of breast cancer diagnosis have focused on mammography, ultrasound, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). These approaches are recognized as the gold standard. This paper focuses on thermography as it is one of the most cost-effective, non-invasive, radiation-free and prospective techniques.
Continuous thermographic observation in chemotherapy-treated patients
Extravasation, or leakage of vesicant drugs into subcutaneous tissues, causes serious complications such as induration and necrosis in chemotherapy-treated patients. As macroscopic observation may overlook symptoms during infusion, we focused on skin temperature changes at puncture sites.
Use of infrared thermography in medical diagnostics: a scoping review protocol
Thermography offers a non-invasive radiation-free methodology for diagnostic imaging and temperature measurement, but the extent of the current application is unclear, as is the level of evidence for each use case. Moreover, population-based thermographic reference values for diagnostic purposes are nearly unknown.
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