Dermatoscopy

Dermatoscopy (also known as dermoscopy or epiluminescence microscopy) is the examination of skin lesions with a dermatoscope. This traditionally consists of a magnifier (typically x10), a non-polarised light source, a transparent plate and a liquid medium between the instrument and the skin, and allows inspection of skin lesions unobstructed by sk...
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Dermatoscopy

Also called “surface microscopy,” “dermoscopy,” and “epiluminescence microscopy,” this is a noninvasive technique used by dermatologists to examine pigmented and some non-pigmented lesions. The technique involves using a handheld microscope-like device that allows the dermatologist to see through the stratum corneum (bottom of the outer...
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Dermatoscopy

Dermatoscopy: A noninvasive diagnostic technique for the early diagnosis of melanoma and the evaluation of other pigmented and non-pigmented lesions on the skin that are not as well seen with the unaided eye. Also known as surface microscopy, dermoscopy, and epiluminescence microscopy.
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dermatoscopy

Inspection of the skin, usually with the aid of a lens. ... Origin: dermato-+ G. Skopeo, to view ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dermatoscopy

Type: Term Pronunciation: der-mă-tos′kŏ-pē Definitions: 1. Inspection of the skin, usually with the aid of a lens or by epiluminescence microscopy, (q.v.).
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