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Reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the upper extremity: a new diagnostic approach using Flexi-Therm liquid crystal contact thermogr

August 15, 2014

A case of reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome (RSDA), diagnosed by liquid crystal contact thermography (LCT) is presented. The pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of the syndrome are reviewed having regard to liquid crystal thermography. (JCCA 1986; 30(1):29-32) Key Words: sympathetic dystrophy, thermography, chiropractic, manipulation Un cas de syndrome dystrophique sympathique réflexe (SDSR) diagnostiqué par thermographie de

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Correlation of thermography with spinal dysfunction: preliminary results

August 14, 2014

The results of a blinded pilot study researching the correlation of thermographic abnormalities and spinal segmental dysfunction are presented. The highest agreement resulted between focal increases in thermal emission and fixation (64.7%). Other parameters studied were tenderness and textural skin changes which agreed with thermographic findings 63.7% and 59.9%, respectively. Correlation coefficients were calculated for

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Investigation thermographique de douleurs d’origine viscérale: étude de cas

August 12, 2014

A case is presented with clinical, thermographic and radiographic evaluations of concurrent dorsalgia and abdominal symptoms. The radiographs demonstrated the presence of a duodenal ulcer, and the thermographs were interpreted as confirming the presence of thoracic and abdominal dysfunction. The patient’s chiropractic management is outlined. The possible inter-relationship between the visceral pathology and spinal dysfunction

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Thermographic assesment of sacroiliac syndrome: report of a case

August 12, 2014

A case is presented with clinical, thermographic and radiographic evaluations of concurrent dorsalgia and abdominal symptoms. The radiographs demonstrated the presence of a duodenal ulcer, and the thermographs were interpreted as confirming the presence of thoracic and abdominal dysfunction. The patient’s chiropractic management is outlined. The possible inter-relationship between the visceral pathology and spinal dysfunction

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Thermographic investigation of viscerogenic pain: a case report

August 12, 2014

A case is presented with clinical, thermographic and radiographic evaluations of concurrent dorsalgia and abdominal symptoms. The radiographs demonstrated the presence of a duodenal ulcer, and the thermographs were interpreted as confirming the presence of thoracic and abdominal dysfunction. The patient’s chiropractic management is outlined. The possible inter-relationship between the visceral pathology and spinal dysfunction

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