Published in AIDS Weekly, January 3rd, 2005
"Two noninvasive methods, thermography and laser Doppler imaging (LDI), were assessed for their ability to quantitatively assess parameters of vascularity in lesions of HIV-associated Kaposi's sarcoma (KS). Thermography and LDI images of a representative KS lesion were recorded in 16 patients and compared to normal skin either adjacent to the lesion or on the contralateral side," wrote investigators in the United States.
"Eleven of the 16 patients had greater than 0.5 degrees C increased temperature and 12 of the 16 patients had increased flux (measured by LDI) as compared...
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