Skin imaging: is it clinically useful?

@article{Rallan2004SkinII,
  title={Skin imaging: is it clinically useful?},
  author={Deepak Rallan and Christopher C Harland},
  journal={Clinical and experimental dermatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={453-9}
}
Non-invasive skin imaging techniques have proliferated over the last decade. Whilst most have a research role, some are routinely used in dermatology clinics. Of these, the skin surface microscope (dermatoscope), a diagnostic aid for pigmented lesions, has had most clinical impact. Such devices, when linked to a videomicroscope for computer analysis, have been dubbed as 'mole scanners'. Mole scanners are increasingly available on a commercial basis even though computer diagnosis of pigmented… CONTINUE READING

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