Infrared imaging measures and maps the heat in the breast using a special heat-sensing camera.

It is based on the idea that the temperature rises in areas with increased blood flow and metabolism, which could be a sign of a tumor.

It is a non-invasive procedure that offers the opportunity for early detection of breast cancers.

Infrared imaging is FDA approved as an adjunct along with other standard of care diagnostic modalities such as mammography, ultrasound and MRI.