Using color sensors to diagnose skin diseases

March 27, 2013 //By Frank Krumbein
Using color sensors to diagnose skin diseases
Color related skin conditions or alterations can be determined accurately using optical instruments. While in the past such skin color measurements were only possible in laboratories with expensive spectrometers or special measurement equipment, nowadays doctors can use handhelds based on multi-spectral color sensors.

The demand for precise color measurement in both the area of analysis using instruments for medical diagnostics such as point-of-care (POCT) and in dermatological research and applications, and especially for diagnostic documentation, is constantly rising.

Read the full article on page 32 of our March digital edition

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