Computerized Thermal Imaging, Inc, Lake Oswego, Ore, offers the BCS 2100 computerized thermal imaging mammography system. The system uses an infrared camera to capture and record a series of images over a short period of time. The infrared camera is mounted within a table used in conjunction with a climate control system that subjects the breast to a thermal challenge, recording over 100 images in a 3-minute period. The process is noninvasive, painless, and utilizes no compression, radiation, or imaging agents. The final clinical module of the company’s PMA application is currently under review by the FDA. (503) 594-1210;