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A dermatoscope uses a high quality lens for 10 to 14-times magnification and a lighting system which enables visualization of subsurface structures and patterns.
Dermatoscope helps dermatologists to distinguish benign from malignant (cancerous) lesions, especially in the diagnosis of melanoma - the most serious skin cancer.
Pattern recognition and specialist training in dermatology and dermoscopy allows our clinical staff to differentiate benign (harmless) from dysplastic (abnormal) moles and melanoma (skin cancer). This allows early removal of dangerous moles and prevents unnecessary removal of benign moles.