Nevoscope Wound Imaging

Nevoscope can image subsurface features in wounds without the use of oil or face-plate. Separation of the images into red and green channels delineates scar tissue and blood vessels.

Skin wound imaged with Nevoscope

 Three modes of illumination: Surface, Transillumination, and Epiluminescence are used to image the subsurface structures in the wound. Varying the amount of surface light produces different gradations of Epiluminescence. Separation of the scar tissue from blood vessels is done by splitting the images into different red and green channels.


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