Thermal effusivity: a promising imaging biomarker to predict radiation-induced skin injuries.

@article{Chu2012ThermalEA,
  title={Thermal effusivity: a promising imaging biomarker to predict radiation-induced skin injuries.},
  author={James C. H. Chu and Jiangang Sun and Alistair Templeton and Rui Ling Yao and Katherine L. Griem},
  journal={Health physics},
  year={2012},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={204-9}
}
An effective screening technology is needed to triage individuals at the time of radiation incidents involving a large population. Three-dimensional thermal tomography is a relatively new development in active thermal imaging technology that produces cross-sectional images based on the subject's ability to transfer heat-thermal effusivity-at the voxel level. This noninvasive imaging modality has been used successfully in nondestructive examination of complex materials; also it has been shown to… CONTINUE READING

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