Dermoscopy

Dermoscopy involves the observation of skin by skin surface microscopy and in other words it is called as epiluminoscpy and epiluminescent. It examines the pigmented skin lesion. It is a non-invasive method that allows the in vivo evaluation of colours and microstructures of the epidermis, the dermoepidermal junction, and the papillary dermis not visible to the naked eye. Dermatoscopy needs a highly advanced magnifying lens as well as a powerful lighting system. These structures are specifically correlated to histologic features. The identification of specific diagnostic patterns related to the distribution of colours and dermoscopy structures can better suggest a malignant or benign pigmented skin lesion. The use of this technique provides a valuable aid in diagnosing pigmented skin lesions. Because of the complexity involved, this methodology is reserved for experienced clinicians.

  • Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy
  • Trichoscopy
  • Mole mapping

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