Vein Localization and Imaging with Nevoscope
Nevoscope is excellent for visualizing veins with Transillumination. The red scattered light in the skin is absorbed by the blood in the veins thus creating high contrast between the skin and the veins.
Image of varicose veins obtained with transillumination. The smallest veins visualized are less than 0.2 mm in diameter.
Nevoscope images of 0.5 mm vein before and 15 minutes after treatment with the Candela Laser
Notice the diffuse vein boundaries and rechanneling of blood to other veins after treatment
Vein Localization in Children
Nevoscope is excellent for localizing veins with Transillumination in children. Often the veins are small and difficult to visualize with normal lighting.
Image of a vein obtained with transillumination in a 13 years old girl
This vein is approximately 1 mm in diameter and was not visualized with normal lighting.
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