phototest

phototest

(fō′tō-tĕst″)
The use of controlled exposures to ultraviolet light (and ambient or polychromatic light) to determine the cause, or presence of, a rash, thought to be triggered by sunlight exposure.
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Photosensitivity in patients with lupus erythematosus: a clinical and photobiological study of 100 patients using a prolonged phototest protocol.
However, the family did not accept phototest because of its tendency to leave scar.
Although idiopathic photodermatoses are a considerably wide group, the diagnosis can be made in the childhood by taking a careful history, clinical examination and phototests when necessary (1).
Carnero-Pardo is the author of the Phototest and the Eurotest, two brief cognitive tests under license of Creative Commons.
"Free phototest," promised the local paper advert headed "Models & Extras", adding, "Arrive early to avoid disappointment."
If so come along to the Vermont Hotel, Newcastle, for a free phototest shot and photograph."
It advertises for models and extras in local papers, enticing wannabes to a "free phototest" that could just be a costly waste of money.
In addition to NIST traceable spectral measurement, our laboratory has unique photometric capabilities in order to provide various photostability and other phototests for a variety of product s and materials using a variety of different light sources and monochromators.