Changes with time in skin temperature of the shoulders in healthy controls and a patient with shoulder-hand syndrome

@inproceedings{Koike2010ChangesWT,
  title={Changes with time in skin temperature of the shoulders in healthy controls and a patient with shoulder-hand syndrome},
  author={Yoichi Koike and Hirotaka Sano and Itaru Imamura and Masako Goto and Masamizu Ooyama and Atushi Kita},
  booktitle={Upsala journal of medical sciences},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Abnormal skin temperature in the shoulder is caused by various diseases. A thermography is unable to capture temperature changes over time. In contrast, a Thermocron is an effective measuring device to monitor temperature changes over time. PURPOSES The purposes of this study employing a Thermocron were to measure shoulder skin temperature over time in healthy subjects and to detect shoulder skin temperature abnormalities in a patient with shoulder-hand syndrome. SUBJECTS AND… CONTINUE READING

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