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Created December 2019. This project was conducted by Priyanka Handa, Medical student, University of Auckland, Auckland. Supervised by Adjunct Assoc. Prof. Amanda Oakley, Dermatologist and Editor in Chief, DermNet NZ, Hamilton, New Zealand.
This page includes galleries of images of skin lesions grouped by the lesion diagnosis and by the camera/dermatoscope used to capture them.
Images were taken of melanocytic naevi (3), solar lentigines (3), seborrhoeic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma (3), squamous cell carcinoma in situ (2), and superficial spreading melanoma in situ using various cameras and dermatoscopes for comparative purposes.
Not all images are displayed due to patient, lesion, or image-quality issues.
Devices used were:
Polarised dermoscopy views were taken with Dermlite DL4, DL3, Hybrid, Hüd, GL, Illuco, Opticlar, iC1, Handyscope
Unpolarised dermoscopy views were taken with Dermlite DL4, DL3, Hybrid, Illuco, Opticlar, iC1, Handyscope
Dermal naevus example 1
Solar lentigo example 1
Basal cell carcinoma example 1
Squamous cell carcinoma in situ example 1
Superficial spreading melanoma in situ
Illuco IDS 1100
Opticlar D-scope Compact Dermatoscope
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