Systemic Biological Imaging of Patients with Toxic Syndromes

Daniel Beilin, OMD, LAc

With the awareness that the increased cancer, autoimmune, endocrine as well as neurological diseases are multiplying exponentially, a whole-system approach must be taken in order to accurately prioritize toxic or infected organs and tissues.  Orthodox medicine attempts to do this with blood panels or nuclear medicine studies, but in most cases either has a limited view of anatomy or cannot assess dynamic integrity of the actual organ function.  Some complementary methods include stool, hair or urinalysis usually missing a provocation element, thus being also blind to the reaction-response of a system, leaving the true capacity of an organ to intuition of the doctor, necessarily unacceptable.  There is until now no instrument or survey method which glances at systems from an objective relational database, and with the CRT Thermographic method we not only see the organs as they function in response to stress, but a printout by CRT reveals organ/tissue function in relation to the whole system and all other organs which place a questionable organ in plain view with relational clarity. CRT stands for Computerized Regulation Thermography, a German version of thermographic scanning which is now FDA cleared and is billable to most insurance companies.

Thousands of patient or insurance company dollars are wasted every day with unnecessary tests, and then, whether in complementary medicine or not, wrong organs are treated which lead nowhere for the patient or the success of the physician.  The CRT system has incorporated 3 programs which survey the whole body in terms of viscera (liver, pancreas, kidney, etc...), the breasts (12 criteria have been established for suspicion) and the teeth, where cavitations, focal infections, periodontitis, TMJ and heavy metal problems are brought to the forefront.

By taking a survey and study of German Biological Medicine, many diagnostic methods have been used over the years, but most are subjective or have a strong subjective element, meaning that there is no ‘quality control’ of the practitioner.  Practitioners of mediocre medical backgrounds can miss pertinent physiological facts and make tremendous errors.  Although such systems like EAV or Vega are useful for defining prescription choice and detail, clinics in Europe have relied on objective tests such as the CRT system for decisions which stand up to strict parameters defined by the FDA and its division of radiological devices.  For instance, once a suspicion is made using the CRT system, necessary tests such as X-ray or MRI usually concur and make surgical interception or neural therapy treatments well justified and result in disestablishment of focal causes of many dysfunctions. The Paracelsus Clinic, a large complementary medicine hospital and center in St. Gallen, Switzerland has utilized CRT for over 15 years and begins an intake of every patient by this method.  “We can see the overall picture of organ function and often shorten our treatment time by up to 60% when we use the CRT method” says Dr. Thomas Rau, who sees over 50 patients per day and has lectured on biological medicine worldwide.  “By the CRT we can understand the scope of the causes of disease by a study of the successful cases which come from all over the world due to the inadequacies for disease resolution by their own doctors.  There have been many cases where we can visualize the original cause and see why it had been missed.  Then we assess the patient for heavy metals and infections”. Dr. Rau uses a combination of tests based upon his findings by the CRT device as well as DMPS clearance and darkfield microscopy.


Beilin, D. (2004). Systemic Biological Imaging of Patients with Toxic Syndromes. Explore, 13, 1.
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