Yes. Unlike mammography and ultrasound, Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) is a test of physiology. It detects and records the infrared heat radiating from the surface of the body. It can help in early detection and monitoring of abnormal physiology and the establishment of risk factors for the development or existence of cancer.
Mammography and ultrasound are tests of anatomy. They look at structure. When a tumor has grown to a size that is large enough and dense enough to block an x-ray beam (mammography) or sound wave (ultrasound), it produces an image that can be detected by a trained radiologist.
mammogram, ultrasound, nor DITI can diagnose cancer. Only a
biopsy can diagnose cancer. But, when DITI, mammograms, ultrasounds,
and clinical exams are used together, the best possible evaluation
of breast health can be made.