What is Breast Thermography?
Breast Thermography offers Early Detection of Breast Cancer at High Accuracy.
Thermography is a painless and non-invasive approach to breast cancer screening. Now available in Hong Kong, this reliable method has been used successfully since the early 1980s and offers early and highly accurate detection of breast cancer.
Breast Thermography is safe and extremely useful in testing breast cancer at an early stage. The 15-minute procedure can detect the subtle changes in temperature, which accompany breast pathology whether it is cancerous, fibrocystic or infectious.
The Body Group, Hong Kong offers state-of-the-art breast thermography using ultra-sensitive infrared cameras and sophisticated computers to detect, analyze, and produce high-resolution diagnostic images of these temperature and vascular changes. The procedure is both comfortable and safe using no radiation or compression. By carefully examining changes in the temperature and blood vessels of the breasts, signs of possible cancer or pre-cancerous cell growth may be detected up to 10 years prior to being discovered using any other procedure.
To know more about Breast Thermography in Hong Kong, talk to our expert therapists at The Body Group.
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The left breast is shown to be cool with a normal limited vascular pattern.
This image shows a significant amount of heat and vascularity (angiogenesis) in the right breast, especially over the lump in the upper outer quadrant.
This image shows the right breast with the area of the lump directly facing the infrared detector. The increased heat and vascularity is very evident.
Benefits of Thermography:
- No Radiation & DNA Safe
- FDA approved
- No Age Restriction
- Painless, no compressions of breast
- Ideal for breasts with implants
- Early Detection (6-8 years ahead of mammography)
- Accuracy and Sensitivity from 84-98%