Disease and Quality of Life
Energy Dispersive X-Ray
is easily obtained from the buccal
or mouth area.
buccal epithelial cell
samples are deposited and fixed on specially
Fluorescent X-Ray Pattern
sample is viewed by an analytical scanning electron
2. The specimen is bombarded by high energy electrons or X-Rays.
3. Energy is
released by wavelengths which are distinct and unique to each
4. From this
process, the computer calculates a "spectral fingerprint" for each
5. Results are
mailed back to the health professional with an advisory risk factor
Results provide an evaluation of the patient's current intracellular mineral
data remains permanently in our system and we provide comparative
Laboratory and Medical staff provide interpretation and protocol
Samples of Cells Under SEM Analysis
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