Doctors Hooshmand, Hashmi and Eric M. Phillips have co-authored the following abstract: The Role of Infrared Thermal Imaging (Thermography in Electrical Injuries (EI).
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The Role of Infrared Thermal Imaging in Electrical Injuries
THE ROLE OF INFRARED THERMAL IMAGING (THERMOGRAPHY)
IN ELECTRICAL INJURIES (EI)
Hooshang Hooshmand, M.D., Masood Hashmi, M.D. and Eric M. Phillips
Neurological Associates Pain Management Center
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Vero Beach, FL 32960
In our study of 411 consecutive Electrical injury (EI) patients (in publication) , the disease followed a stereotypical pattern. The electricity enters, and passes through the path of the least resistance [1, 2]. This path consists of oxygenated, rapidly circulating arterial blood. In its wake the electricity damages the thermoreceptor sensory nerves in the wall of blood vessels. As a result, the electricity causes neuropathic pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) , spinal cord dysfunction, myelogenic seizures and limbic system dysfunction [1, 2].