Thermography

Breast Thermal Imaging

Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) is a 15 minute non invasive test of physiology. It is a valuable procedure for alerting your doctor to changes that can indicate early stage breast disease.

The benefit of DITI testing is that it offers the opportunity of earlier detection of breast disease than has been possible through breast self examination, doctor examination or mammography alone.

DITI detects the subtle physiologic changes that accompany breast pathology, whether it is cancer, fibrocystic disease, an infection or a vascular disease. Your doctor can then plan accordingly and lay out a careful program to further diagnose and /or MONITOR you during and after any treatment.

  • Non invasive
  • No radiation
  • Painless
  • No contact with the body
  • F.D.A approved
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This quick and easy test starts with your medical history being taken before you partially disrobe for the scanning to be performed. This first session provides the baseline of your "thermal signature". A subsequent session assures that the patterns remain unchanged.

All of your thermograms (breast images) are kept on record and once your stable thermal pattern has been established any changes can be detected during your routine annual studies.

All women can benefit from DITI breast screening. However, it is especially appropriate for younger women (30 - 50) whose denser breast tissue makes it more difficult for mammography to be effective. Also for women of all ages who, for many reasons, are unable to undergo routine mammography. This test can provide a 'clinical marker' to the doctor or mammographer that a specific area of the breast needs particularly close examination.

It takes years for a tumor to grow thus the earliest possible indication of abnormality is needed to allow for the earliest possible treatment and intervention. DITI's role in monitoring breast health is to help in early detection and monitoring of abnormal physiology.

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NORMAL

Good thermal symmetry with no suspicious thermal findings. These patterns represent a baseline that won't alter over time and can only be changed by pathology.

FIBROCYSTIC

Significant vascular activity in the left breast which was clinically correlated with fibrocystic changes.

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BASELINE

Baseline thermogram showed a slight hyperthermic asymmetry in the upper right breast.

3 MONTHS

The follow-up study at 3 months showed the pattern had become more well defined. Mammography was inconclusive.

12 MONTHS

Significantly increased vascular changes. Repeat mammogram showed a small calcification (1 mm) at 1 O'clock. A lumpectomy was performed confirming a malignant carcinoma (DCIS).

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INFLAMMATORY CANCER

There were no visible signs of abnormality. Referral to a breast specialist and a subsequent biopsy diagnosed inflammatory breast cancer at a very early stage.

DUCTAL CARCINOMA

The vascular asymmetry in the upper left breast was particularly suspicious and clinical investigation indicated a palpable mass. A biopsy was performed and a DCIS of 2 cm was diagnosed.


Full Body Thermal Imaging

DITI is unique in it's capacity to visually record physiological problems and metabolic processes. DITI is non-invasive, non-contact and radiation-free. Finding the source of your pain with DITI will help your doctor accurately diagnose and treat your specific ailments effectively.(Breast Imaging is included with a full body scan).

A Thermographic Evaluation is recommended for any of the following indications:

Altered Ambulatory Kinetics
Altered Biokinetics
Arteriosclerosis
Brachial Plexus Injury
Biomechanical Impropriety
Breast Disease
Bursitis
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Causalgia
Compartment Syndromes
Cord Pain/Injury
Deep Vein Thromosis
Disc Disease
Disc Syndromes
Dystrophy
External Carotid Insufficiency
Facet Syndromes
Grafts
Hysteria
Headache Evaluation
Herniated Disc
Herniated Nucleus Pulposis
Hyperaesthesia
Hyperextension Injury
Hyperflexion Injury
Inflammatory Disease
Internal Carotid Insufficiency
Infectious Disease (Shingles,
Lumbosacral Plexus Injury
Ligament Tear
Lower Motor Neuron Disease
Malingering
Median Nerve Neuropathy
Morton's Neuroma
Myofascial Irritation
Muscle Tear
Musculoligamentous Spasm
Nerve Entrapment
Nerve Impingement
Nerve Pressure
Nerve Root Irritation
Nerve Stretch Injury
Nerve Trauma
Neuropathy
Neurovascular Compression
Neuralgia
Neuritis
Neuropraxia
Neoplasia (melanoma, squamous cell, basal)
Nutritional Disease (Alcoholism,Diabetes)
Peripheral Nerve Injury
Peripheral Axon Disease
Raynaud's
Referred Pain Syndrome
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy
Ruptured Disc
Somatization Disorders
Soft Tissue Injury
Sprain/Strain
Stroke Screening
Synovitis
Sensory Loss
Sensory Nerve Abnormality
Somatic Abnormality
Superficial Vascular Disease
Skin Abnormalities
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Temporal Arteritis
Trigeminal Neuralgia
Trigger Points
TMJ Dysfunction
Tendonitis
Ulnar Nerve Entrapment

Dr. Gary Snyder
2640 E. Oakland Pk. Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306 USA
Phone: (954) 486-4000
Fax: (954) 928-1514

Disclaimer: Breast thermography offers women information that no other procedure can provide. However, breast thermography is not a replacement for or alternative to mammography or any other form of breast imaging. Breast thermography is meant to be used in addition to mammography and other tests or procedures. Breast thermography and mammography are complementary procedures, one test does not replace the other. All thermography reports are meant to identify thermal emissions that suggest potential risk markers only and do not in any way suggest diagnosis and/or treatment. Studies show that the earliest detection is realized when multiple tests are used together. This multimodal approach includes breast self-examinations, physical breast exams by a doctor, mammography, ultrasound, MRI, thermography, and other tests that may be ordered by your doctor.