dermoscope

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dermoscope

A device used to examine the skin at low (e.g., 10X) magnification. It consists of a light source, magnifying glass and glass used to press against the skin.
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She said: "I showed the mole to the consultant dermatologist while he was doing the procedure on my foot and he said it was fine - though he didn't seem to look at it properly, not even using the dermascope.
With the help of trained medical assistants, patients visiting a RediClinic Express kiosk use the same diagnostic equipment as that used during face-to-face examinations, including an otoscope, a dermascope and a stethoscope.
Airelle has been featured in Marie Claire, The Doctors, New Beauty, Dermascope Clinical, Journal of Drugs in Dermatology, Los Angeles Times, inTouch and E!
Baseline follicular unit were manually counted with the help of dermascope.
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Along with video capabilities, each kiosk is equipped with a stethoscope, scale, blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter, thermometer, otoscope, and dermascope.
The researchers have made lenses about a few millimeters thick with a magnification power of 160 times and a resolution of about 4 microns (millionths of a meter) and they have also built a lens attachment that turns a smartphone camera into a dermascope, a tool to diagnose skin diseases like melanoma and they can also be used in a 3D print attachment.
A contact digital capillaroscope (Dermascope; Medici Medical SRL, Castelfranco Emilia, Modena, Italy) was used for videocapillaroscopic imaging, with a 300x lens.
A particularly innovative example of telemedicine comes from the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics' Department of Family Medicine, which embarked on a research project using a rollabout system that is outfitted with an electronic stethoscope, otoscope, dermascope, dental scope and EKG machine.
The doctor uses a dermascope to examine moles and dark spots on his body.
The peripheral medical devices purchased were a direct ophthalmoscope, otoscope, dermascope and document camera.