Clinical Performance of CEAT

Parotid cancer

M.Y. (female, born in 1962)
The patient developed a left parotid cancer (38 x 35mm tumor, MO2).  The biopsy diagnosis was Stage II polymorphic glandular carcinoma.  In 2002, she visited our clinic for the first time.  She was treated only with far-infrared heating unit, and by February, 2003, her cancer energy response had disappeared, and the tumors had shrunk.  However, aesthetically she still had swelling, so she underwent plastic surgery in June, 2003 and had only the superficial layer of her parotid gland removed.  As of October, 2012, her conditions are aesthetically good, and no changes have been observed.


Photo 1: Photo of the affected part on November 11, 2002. The parotid region is red and swollen.


Photo 2: Photo of the affected part on December 10, 2002. The parotid region is still red but the swelling has noticeably subsided.


Photo 3: Photo of the affected part on February 4, 2003. The redness and swelling are disappearing.


Photo 4: Photo of the affected part on March 5, 2009. Superficial parotid lobectomy was performed, and the parotid area has been apparently flattened.