We may be on the dawn of a new era in medical imaging, according to two just-published peer-reviewed international journals, Kybernetes and Functional Diagnostics.
Researchers found that it is possible to acquire diagnostic-quality visual information about a living organism's structure and disease processes via painless body surface measurements.
According to the studies, living organisms function like a dynamic three-dimensional hologram, called a "biohologram." More than 8,000 patients have been diagnosed using the patented method called BEO-Tomography. Subsequent verification was performed in four thousand cases, demonstrating the method's high sensitivity, particularly, in detecting cancer (greater than 85 percent accuracy).