IMR Press / EJGO / Volume 7 / Issue 2 / pii/1986017

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Open Access Original Research

Liquid crystal thermography of the breast

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1 Frauenklinik Stadtkrankenhaus Wolfs burg, Germany
Eur. J. Gynaecol. Oncol. 1986, 7(2), 88–92;
Published: 10 June 1986
Abstract

In a retrospective study 19461 patients were examined. 2002 patients were clarified by biopsy and histological examination; 500 patients underwent aspiration cytology. The accuracy rate of thermography is 67.8% for malignant and 70.6% for benign lesions. False nega­tive findings were given in 13.9% and false suspicious in 6.8%. False suspicious findings were mostly seen in inflammation, cysts and/or proliferation. The criteria of malignancy by “Tricoire” were examined. It can be shown, that their predictive value is very good. This especially if the “disturbance of thermoregulation” is examined carefully.

Keywords
Mamma
Liquid crystal thermography
Breast cancer
Benign alterations
Diagnostic value by thermography
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