Bosmat Zamir

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BACKGROUND A multicenter study was conducted to test the ability of electrical impedance scanning to differentiate between benign and malignant skin lesions. The performance of a dual electrical impedance scanning/image analysis device was also assessed. METHODS Electrical impedance scanning measurements of 449 preoperative lesions found on 382 patients(More)
SFV competence was investigated in 100 patients (189 legs) suffering from varicose veins. The incidence was found to depend on the method used. The simpler clinical methods such as the cough test, percussion test, Trendelenburg test, revealed SFV insufficiency to be between 15.4-21.6%. Using the Doppler ultrasound the incidence increased to 47.6%; by using(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS Skin cancer diagnosis depends, to a great extent, on visual inspection and histopathological examination of excised tissues. The aim of this study is to evaluate the ability of electrical impedance scanning to differentiate between benign and malignant skin lesions. METHODS A preclinical study was conducted on 40 nude mice injected(More)
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