Detection of Subclinical Breast Cancers by Infrared Thermography
In our series of 4,000 verified breast cancers we have observed 130 sub-clinical, non-palpable carcinomas of 3 to 5 mm in diameter.
KeywordsInfrared Thermography Alarm Sign Bilateral Cancer Primary Cancer Treatment Unilateral Cancer
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