The AAT Atlas of Normal Thermology
All humans glow… At normal skin temperatures this glow appears in the mid-infrared range at a wavelength of 8 to 10 micrometers, which can be detected by modern mid-infrared band imagers. By observing the pattern and intensity of a person’s infrared glow, physiologic changes associated with disease can be detected. In addition when Guidelines such as those offered by the AAT are followed, thermal imaging allows for mapping of sympathetic skin response.
In this Altas only normal images will be displayed. All images will be screened to make sure they are in compliance with AAT Guidelines. While this is an Atlas of Normal images certain areas within an images may contain mild abnormalities (such as a small varicose veins, pimples, or other minor conditions). The anatomical area of interest must be considered clinically normal however for inclusion in the Atlas of Normal Human or Veterinarian Thermology. For thermal images of abnormal or disease conditions in humans and animals visit the AAT Atlas of Abnormal Medical Thermology.
Normal Atlas Directory
Clicking on any of the links below will show Atlas normal states in that category.