Description of Human Medical Thermography
Want to incorporate medical infrared imaging into your practice but can’t find a book that explains how to do it?
Well, this book is for you! Complete, practical instructions are provided on imager choice and care as well as the physical needs of a thermography service from the imaging room layout to the computer requirements. How to acquire, interpret, and report a thermal examination is covered in detail. Fully illustrated with both normal and abnormal images, Human Medical Thermography provides practitioners of all types with the knowledge to design and operate a scientifically based thermography practice.
- Shows how to select the best thermal imager for your clinical practice, care for it, and use it correctly.
- Explains how to take medical quality thermal images and scale them for maximum visual effect using the guidelines detailed in this book.
- Details myriad ways that thermography can aid in medical diagnosis and improve surgical outcomes.
About the Author
Dr James Stewart Campbell received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University in 1966, and then went on to study medicine at the Albany Medical College in Albany, NY, receiving his MD degree in 1970. After completing a straight-surgical internship at the University of Washington, he helped found The Country Doctor Clinic in Seattle and practiced general medicine there until 1975.
M. Nathaniel Mead, MSc, earned his master’s degree in Nutritional Epidemiology from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Through his work as a medical-scientific writer, he has over 40 scientific articles listed on PubMed, including papers published in the International Journal of Cancer, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, Integrative Cancer Therapies, Environmental Health Perspectives, and Cancer Treatment Reviews.