ISIS optronics GMVH
A device currently in development at ISIS optronics GMBH in Mannheim, Germany, could give dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons a new way to look at skin, and so help them tailor treatment to individual patients. The device might eventually prove useful for pre-screening pateints for skin diseases such as melanoma, a condition seen with increasing frequency around the glove.
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