Centuries later after Hippocrates, Wunderlich introduced thermal measurement into clinical routine. Czemy documented the first infrared image of a human subject in Frankfurt 1928. The medical use of infrared thermography started 1952 in Germany. The physician Schwamm together with the physicist Reeh developed a single detector infrared bolometer for sequential thermal measurement of defined regions of the human body surface for diagnostic purposes. Their method was patented in several countries including the USA.
Fig: Shows the first medical thermographic device.
Modern whole Body Thermography is a non-invasive “early detection” system that accurately assesses organ and body malfunctions by identifying “signatures” of diseases.
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