Optimal survival rates are intrinsically connected to the early detection of skin cancer through consistent medical imaging and patient engagement. Therefore, it is necessary to empower patients with mobile dermoscopy tools such as MoleScope to support them on their skin health journey.
In recent years, a new type of dermoscope has been introduced to the field of dermoscopy: the mobile dermoscope. Equipped with the latest imaging tools, mobility, and affordability, this article outlines the top 10 reasons dermatologists are upgrading to the newest mobile dermoscopes available.
The dermoscope is an essential tool for dermatology. This article compares the benefits and challenges of a mobile dermoscope in contrast to traditional dermoscopy devices, such as connective abilities to intelligent dermatology software with the goal of understanding the future dermoscopy industry
This article discusses the current capabilities of total body photography software alongside its limitations. The work goes on to summarize how intelligent dermatology tools such as DermEngine and a dermoscope can greatly enhance imaging quality and patient outcomes.
CBC's Dr. Lin has recently recognized MoleScope, our smartphone dermatoscope as being one of these valuable tools in dermatology. Due to the rising rates in smartphone usage, companies are developing tools to support patients in their health, such as for the early detection of skin cancer.
Studies suggest that artificial intelligence (AI) has reached the capacity to match or exceed dermatologists in diagnosing skin cancers through examination of dermoscopy images. This article summarizes the latest applications of AI in dermatology while discussing their advantages in dermatology.
In order to provide quality care while promoting the early detection of skin cancer, patients must be involved in their skin health. In addition to providing patients with educational resources, dermatologists are now able to offer MoleScope- a mobile dermoscope designed for in-home use.