Thermography in medicine is a well-known diagnostic tool,
which can indicate abnormality basing on variations in surface temperature.
Its major benefit is total non-invasiveness.
The information content of conventional thermography can be increased by the use of
DYNAMIC INFRARED THERMAL IMAGING (DIT).
The DIT provides the means for observing the development of a process in time,
which considerably extends its diagnostic possibilities, particularly at the early stages of the disease.