Nondestructive Testing of the Human Breast

Nondestructive Testing of the Human Breast

The utilization of thermal imaging in the evaluation of the human breast has been for the past two decades a highly effective form of screening for breast cancer and other breast diseases.

The procedure, however, is not without controversy and a continuing debate concerning the competitive paradox with mammography as the gold standard in breast cancer screening/detection still exists.

This paper and its accompanying oral presentation provide a brief historic overview of breast thermal imaging and will explore concepts of the paradigm shift which needs to occur in order for breast thermal imaging to gain acceptance in the scientific, medical, and public communities.

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