Handheld Dermatoscope

Enables a more accurate, clear and detailed examination of the colors, shapes, and textures of skin lesions.

Detachable Dermatoscope

Enables a more accurate, clear and detailed examination of the colors, shapes, and textures of skin lesions.

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How to Choose the Best Dermatoscope to Buy for Your Needs

Using a dermatoscope to regularly check your skin is one of the best ways to catch signs of skin cancer and other skin conditions early. But with different types of dermatoscopes now available, how do you choose the right one to buy? Here are key factors to consider when buying the best dermatoscope to empower yourself with skin screening and monitoring.

How Do I Choose a Dermatoscope to Buy?

The main factors to evaluate when looking to buy a dermatoscope are:

1. Magnification power: Standard magnification levels range from 10x up to 30x or more. Higher magnification shows finer details but covers less area per image. Choose based on your monitoring area size.

2. Light Source: polarized light is optimal to reveal under-surface skin structures clearly. It reduces glare from sunlight/LEDs reflecting off the skin surface when you buy a dermatoscope.

3. Attachment Method: plate contact or non-contact dermatoscopes have tradeoffs for visibility vs convenience.

4. Smartphone Compatibility: Modern dermatoscopes designed for phone cameras offer an affordable monitoring solution to buy.

5. Image Capture & Storage: photo/video ability is invaluable for tracking changes over time when you buy a dermatoscope.

6. portability: pocketable dermatoscopes enable quick checks anywhere.

Also ensure the dermatoscope you buy uses optics and lenses specially designed for skin screening rather than a generic macro lens.

Are Dermatoscopes Accurate?

Quality dermatoscopes with optimized polarized lighting and skin-analysis magnification provide clinical-level accuracy for assessing moles, lesions, and other skin structures. Multiple studies validate dermatoscope imaging as approaching or matching diagnoses by dermatologists through visual inspections. This proves them as vital monitoring and early detection tools when you buy the best dermatoscope.

Consistently checking your skin with a dermatoscope gives you intimate familiarity with your normal pattern of moles, freckles, and spots. This then allows you to reliably notice when any concerning changes appear. photos captured through the dermatoscope you buy also create precise visual records to track changes over time.

How Do I Choose the Best Dermatoscope?

To choose the best dermatoscope to buy, consider the magnification level, lighting type, attachment style, smartphone compatibility if applicable, image/video storage capabilities, and portability that suit your monitoring needs. Evaluate these specifications against your budget to select the best dermatoscope model for at-home skin checks and tracking skin health over time.

How Accurate are Dermatoscopes?

Clinical studies validate the visual accuracy of quality dermatoscopes using polarized lighting and high magnification for detecting signs of skin cancers and other skin conditions. While only a dermatologist can diagnose and prescribe treatment, the dermatoscope you buy empowers you to monitor skin health and notice when professional medical advice is needed. Their imaging precision empowers you to detect subtle changes early.

Who Can perform Dermoscopy?

The visual information that quality dermatoscopes provide is useful for everyone to understand their skin's current state and changes over time. But interpreting those images to make assessments of what's normal vs abnormal takes specialized medical training in most cases. Dermatologists are the experts at analyzing dermoscopy findings and images from the dermatoscope you buy to determine the necessity of biopsies or treatment.

However, preliminary categorization of lesions and spots as low/moderate/high risk based on structural characteristics is possible after studying medical resources. Key factors to evaluate include asymmetry, border irregularity, color variability, diameter, and elevation changes. Consistent periodic self-checks with the dermatoscope you buy combined with informed analysis give you the power to notice when it's time to seek professional medical advice.

Dermatoscopes make vital health data accessible. Learn how to choose the best dermatoscope to buy and leverage these innovative devices to shift towards preventive self-care. Catching changes early with the dermatoscope you buy can make all the difference.

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How can dermoscopy images be captured?

Dermoscopy images can be captured and stored in different ways, such as: • Using a smartphone or tablet with dermoscopic adapter, which consisted in the package.• Using a digital camera

Dermoscopy images can be captured and stored in different ways, such as:

• Using a smartphone or tablet with dermoscopic adapter, which consisted in the package.
• Using a digital camera with dermoscopic adapter, there’s 49mm screw size camera adapter available to order now.

Compatible phone/tablet models:
All iPhone models, 95% Android phones, 90% tablet. For phone/tablet size in 5.25-14mm

Compatible camera models:
All camera with built 49mm filter screw, such as Canon EOS 70D, 80D, 90D; Canon EOS R7, R10, R50, R100; Canon M100, M200, M50, Mark II; Canon G7X Mark III, Sony ZV-1

How can I connect my phone to my dermatoscope?

There’s universal phone adapter for all our dermoscopes. Please check the installation procedure bellow or watch operation guide. Smartphone Connector (1) Place phone adapter screw in the center of smartphone’s

There’s universal phone adapter for all our dermoscopes. Please check the installation procedure bellow or watch operation guide.

Smartphone Connector

(1) Place phone adapter screw in the center of smartphone’s main camera.
(2) Screw magnet attachment on phone adapter.
(3) Put dermoscope’s back ring and magnet attachment together

Take The Best Images

You need to adjust the focus ring after the dermoscpe connected on smartphone to get the best images.

How can I clean my dermoscopy after usage?

Cleaning your dermoscopy after usage is important to prevent cross-contamination and infection. The cleaning method may vary depending on the type and model of your dermoscopy, so you should always

Cleaning your dermoscopy after usage is important to prevent cross-contamination and infection. The cleaning method may vary depending on the type and model of your dermoscopy, so you should always follow the manufacturer’s instructions. However, some general steps are:

• Turn off and disconnect your dermoscopy from any power source or device.

• Wipe off any visible dirt or debris from the dermoscopy with a soft cloth or tissue.

• Disinfect the dermoscopy with an alcohol-based wipe or spray, or a disinfectant solution recommended by the manufacturer. Make sure to cover all surfaces, especially the lens and contact plate.

• Let the dermoscopy air dry completely before storing it in a clean and dry place.

• Do not use abrasive or corrosive cleaners, solvents, or detergents that may damage the dermoscopy.

• Do not immerse the dermoscopy in water or any liquid, unless it is waterproof and designed for immersion.

You should clean your dermoscopy after each use, or at least once a day if you use it frequently. You should also check your dermoscopy regularly for any signs of damage or malfunction, and contact the manufacturer or service provider if needed.

Polarized VS Non-polarized Dermoscopy

A dermoscopy is a device that allows the examination of skin lesions with magnificationand illumination. By revealing subsurface structures and patterns that are not visible tothe naked eye. It can

A dermoscopy is a device that allows the examination of skin lesions with magnificationand illumination. By revealing subsurface structures and patterns that are not visible tothe naked eye. It can improve the diagnose accuracy of skin lesions, such as melanoma,basal cell carcinoma, seborrheic keratosis, etc.

There are two main types of dermoscopy: Non polarized and polarized dermoscopy.We’ve fitted most of our dermoscopys with polarized and non-polarized light. They canbe used in multiple skin structures.

Non-polarized contact Mode

In non-polarized mode, the instrument can provide information about the superficialskin structures, such as milia-like cysts, comedo-like openings, and pigment in theepidemis.

The dermoscopy requires applying a liquid such as mineral oil or alcohol to the skin andplacing the lens in contact with the skin. This reduces surface reflection and enhancesthe view of subsurface structures.

Image with non-polarized light (DE-3100)

Polarized contact Mode

In polarized mode, the instrument allows for visualization for deeper skin structures,such as blood vessels, collagen, and pigment in the dermis.

The dermoscopy does not need to be in contact with the skin or use any liquid. Theirpolarized light can help to eliminate surface reflection and allow visualization ofvascular structures.

Image with polarized light (DE-3100)

Polarized non-contact Mode

The dermoscopy can also use polarized light to examine the skin without direct contact.

In polarized non-contact mode, the instrument allows for examination infected areasand lesions that are painful for the patient, or the difficult to contact pigmented lesions,such as nails and narrow areas.

The contact plate should be removed in this mode, and it does not require applying aliquid to the skin. As it doesn’t require pressure or fluid application on the skin, it canalso avoid cross-contamination and infection risk.

Image in polarized non-contact mode (DE-3100)

How effectiveness is dermoscopy

Compared with visual inspection, the dermoscopy can be used to capture and store skin lesion photos, which play an important role in early skin cancer examination. The dermoscopy allows the

Compared with visual inspection, the dermoscopy can be used to capture and store skin lesion photos, which play an important role in early skin cancer examination.

The dermoscopy allows the examination of skin lesions with magnification and illumination. This can be greatly avoiding the factors that cause interference to visual detection. Such as lighting, skin color, hair and cosmetics.

Several studies have demonstrated that dermoscopy is useful in the identification of melanoma, when used by a trained professional.

It may improve the accuracy of clinical diagnosis by up to 35%
It may reduce the number of harmless lesions that are removed
In primary care, it may increase the referral of more worrisome lesions and reduce the referral of more trivial ones

A 2018 Cochrane meta-analysis published the accuracy of dermoscopy in the detection.

Table 1. Accuracy of dermoscopy in the detection of melanoma in adults
Detection Method Sensitivity, % Specificity, % Positive Likelihood Ratio NegativeLikelihood Ratio
Visual inspection alone (in person) 76 75 3.04 0.32
Dermoscopy with visual inspection (in person) 92 95 18 0.08
Image-based visual inspection alone (not in person) 47 42 0.81 1.3
Dermoscopy with image-based visual inspection (not in person) 81 82 4.5 0.23
ROC—receiver operating characteristic. *Estimated sensitivity calculated on the summary ROC curve at a fixed specificity of 80%.

As we can see, the dermoscope can improve the accuracy of diagnosis of skin lesions, especially melanoma.

Table 1. Accuracy of dermoscopy in the detection of melanoma in adults
Detection Method Sensitivity, % Specificity, % Positive Likelihood Ratio NegativeLikelihood Ratio
Visual inspection alone (in person) 79 77 3.4 0.27
Dermoscopy with visual inspection (in person) 93 99 93 0.07
Image-based visual inspection alone (not in person) 85 87 6.5 0.17
Dermoscopy with image-based visual inspection (not in person) 93 96 23 0.07
ROC—receiver operating characteristic. *Estimated sensitivity calculated on the summary ROC curve at a fixed specificity of 80%.

Characteristics of the dermatoscopic structure of the skin lesions include:

• Symmetry or asymmetry
• Homogeny/uniformity (sameness) or heterogeny (structural differences across the lesion)
• Distribution of pigment: brown lines, dots, clods and structureless areas
• Skin surface keratin: small white cysts, crypts, fissures
• Vascular morphology and pattern: regular or irregular
• Border of the lesion: fading, sharply cut off or radial streaks
• Presence of ulceration

There are specific dermoscopic patterns that aid in the diagnosis of the following pigmented skin lesions:

• Melanoma
• Moles (benign melanocytic naevus)
• Freckles (lentigos)
• Atypical naevi
• Blue naevi
• Seborrhoeic keratosis
• Pigmented basal cell carcinoma
• Haemangioma

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