thermology


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thermology

(θɜːmˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
1. (General Physics) obsolete the study or science of heat
2. (Medicine) a medical science that uses infrared images of the body to diagnose problems

thermology

Archaic. the science and study of heat. Also called thermotics.
See also: Heat
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SyncThermology are the only company in the UK to provide a medical-grade thermology service to veterinary practices, using technology designed and built specifically for physiological testing.
These developments are a sharp departure from the empirical origins of judgment-based thermography that is characterized by the term thermology, a young but proper medical science.
Kane, DC, DABCT is a board certified clinical thermologist with Diplomate certification through the International Academy of Clinical Thermology and the American Board of Clinical Thermographers.
If you do not have a computer (most libraries do and will help you get to a website) call William Amalu, DC, vice president of the International Academy of Clinical Thermology, in California at 650-361-8908.
Clinical Evaluation, Mammography and Thermography in the Diagnosis of Breast Carcinoma, Thermology, No.
1895: Professor Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen carried out the first ever X-ray: ProfessorRoentgen was a highly unremarkable German physicist who specialised in the areas of thermology, mechanics and electricity.
Equiscan is currently the only company in the UK to offer this form of diagnostic using Class 1 medical grade equipment and who are backed by a team of vets who specialise in thermology, providing a full thermographic interpretation service.
However, with the increasing demand for breast thermography, recognized educational organizations, such as the International Academy of Clinical Thermology, are actively seeking personnel for training as certified technicians.