Winsor, Travis
February 1975
Angiology;Feb1975, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p225
Academic Journal
Examines the use of thermography in the detection and evaluation of diseases of the cardiovascular system by researchers from Los Angeles, California. Development of a scanning technique which gives a photographic display of point-to-point temperature differences of the surface of the body; Sensitivity and accuracy of the novel technique; Significance of thermography as a means of documenting changes in the patient's disease or evaluating the results of surgical or medical therapy.


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