Sometimes it’s good to have  somebody else’s help when it comes to dermoscopic images, especially melanocitic ones.

If  you’d like to get some extra input from a “colleague” you can always check here:

//b0112-web.k.hosei.ac.jp/DermoPerl/

In this website they use a program, which classifies melanocitic lesiones into benign or malignant.

(click centre of images to enlarge them)


First off, you need to register and then you are allowed to introduce the relevant data concerning the suspicious mole. Finally you can upload the image so that it’s analyzed by the software.


We did the test with an acquired melanocytic naevus on the palm and here are the results:


Whether you’ll find it helpful or not it’s difficult to tell, but I thought it was worth mentioning. Check for yourself at:

//b0112-web.k.hosei.ac.jp/DermoPerl/


 

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