Digital Dermoscopy is a non-invasive technique used in the diagnosis of different lesions, mainly pigmented lesions susceptible of being able to configure a diagnosis of cancer. In skin cancer, early detection is essential, since most are curable.
This device helps to explore the skin in a global way and to detect morphological changes more quickly and more accurately than unarmed eyesight, which is why it is often used as a means of screening for skin cancer. In addition to the early detection of skin cancer, digital dermatoscopy allows obtaining clear and reliable images essential for the diagnosis and monitoring of capillary disorders and other skin diseases.
Skin cancer can develop from risky lesions or simply appear on previously healthy skin. An annual review by a dermatologist is important to explore existing lesions and rule out the appearance of cancerous or suspicious lesions.
If you think you are in any of the following risk groups, consult a dermatologist:
- Do you have fair skin?
- Does it "burn" easily in the sun?
- Do you have many signs?
- Have you noticed changes in your signals recently?
- Did you suffer sunburn in a child or teenager?
- Do you have a family history of skin cancer?
- Have you had skin cancer in the past?
- Are you regularly exposed to sunlight or UVA radiation?