P. Foffova

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The measurement of the surface temperatures by infrared thermography is not frequently used in medicine despite of its safety, painlessness and invasiveness, good reproducibility and low running costs. Promising results have been achieved in nerve entrapment syndromes or neuropathies, although thermography has never represented as a real alternative to the(More)
Medical thermography is a powerful tool for the study of surface temperature of the human body. It is non-invasive, non-radiation, painless and non-contact imaging technique with numerous medical applications including musculoskeletal system, its disorders and injuries. Often it is useful to cross-reference the resulting thermograms with visual images of(More)
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