Device helps dermatologists determine need for biopsy

01/2/2013 | KABC-TV (Los Angeles)

MelaFind emits light in 10 wavelengths and generates a 3-D picture of moles to help dermatologists detect skin cancer. "The idea here is to have the tools necessary to be able to tell whether or not we should biopsy a lesion," said Dr. Mark Nestor, an associate professor in the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at the University of Miami.

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