Region of Specific Interest
Medical DITI can be done in a region of the body in which the patient or practitioner has specific interest or concern. This type of exam can be done to monitor a patient's treatment or prognosis of a diagnosis. Region of interest scans are also helpful in acute and chronic injury examination in a localized area. When a patient is already current on their full body thermogram but would like to investigate an area of pain or dysfunction, they might opt for a region of interest exam to reduce costs.
This patient presents with a myofascial trigger point over upper rhomboid (minimus).
Complex Regional Pain Syndrom (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) of the left hand.
Sprained Right Ankle
Football player with stress fracture, confirmed with scintigraphy.
The primary finding here is the local hypertermia over the hepatic flexure of the colon. ziverticulitis was diagnosed after clinical correlation with thermographic finings.
T2 Hypothermia in a Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) patient.
Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA), steering wheel impacted the low chest, subsequent x-ray as a result of thermal finings showed fractures in the low sternum and last left rib.
Mid lumbar disc buldge to the right.
Inflammation caused by morphine pump
Focal hypothermia (below right scaupla) relating to a malignant cyst.