Hand-held scanner and software spot melanoma

Masi, C. G.
October 2004
Vision Systems Design;Oct2004, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p67
Provides information on the use of an epiluminescent microscopy (ELM) system to diagnose melanoma. Description of melanomas; Factors which contribute to the difficulty of diagnosing melanoma; Reason for the prevalence of melanoma in Australia; Mechanism of an ELM. INSET: EARLY DETECTION SAVES LIVES.


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