Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging

What is Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging?

What is Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging?

Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging, RATI, assesses each breast's cancer risk with a Thermobiological Risk Rating. On a scale of 1 to 5, each number represents the thermobiological level of risk for developing breast cancer, with 1 being lowest and 5 being highest. Think of it as a way of objectively monitoring the collective effect of 35+ breast cancer risk factors on each breast.

The benefit of Risk Assessing Thermal Imaging, then, is that each breast is assessed a simple number you can use to monitor your level of thermobiological risk over time. If you are uncomfortable with your level or risk… or it is increasing over time… You can intervene and act! We can discuss potential risk factors in your images, educate you on likely causes, and provide action steps, tools and resources for a healthier tomorrow.

What is a Thermobiological Risk Rating?

What are Thermobiological Risk Ratings?

A Thermobiological Risk Rating is a number, on a scale of 1 to 5, that categorizes each breast’s thermobiological risk for developing breast cancer. Like the Bi-Rads system in mammography, lower numbers mean lower risk and higher numbers mean higher risk. Each thermobiological risk rating is dependent upon the level of inflammation in the breast, and the number and severity of thermal findings therein.

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What are Hormal Grades?

What are Hormal Grades?

The highest known risk factor for developing breast cancer is prolonged exposure to excess estrogen stimulation. At The Thermogram Center, we uniquely assess this risk factor with a Hormonal grade on a scale from 0 to 4.

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