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Automated Before and Afters

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Fotofinder Automated ABTM

Capture consistent before-and-after images with FotoFinder’s new Automated ATBM. The body imaging system offers guided photography templates that walk the user through the entire imaging process plus an automated stand that adjusts the camera to the patient’s height and target areas. Additional features include the Proposer module that highlights recommended procedures and skincare products, Bodyscan mole mapping and the optional Medicam 1000 for dermoscopy and trichoscopy.
Contact: 888.501.0805, www.fotofinder-systems.com.

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Next Generation Imaging

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Canfield Automated Imaging System

Canfield Scientific’s new, fully automated IntelliStudio photography system produces consistent, reproducible, clinical-quality photographs and video. Featuring a 50MP SLR camera with studio-quality lighting and smart automation, the IntelliStudio uses nonpolarized and cross-polarized lighting to capture photographs of the face and body for medical dermatology and aesthetics. In addition, the IntelliStudio offers integrated video capabilities with LED lighting and record, playback and programmable zoom.

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Total Body Aesthetic Imaging

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Total Body Aesthetic Imaging

The Bodystudio ATBM from FotoFinder Systems, an automated total-body mapping and psoriasis documentation device, now includes software for consistent photo documentation of aesthetic treatments. The camera moves automatically up and down based on a patient’s height, taking comprehensive total body images for mole mapping in about four minutes. The new Guided Photography templates for before and after photos of facial or body treatments allow for consistent follow-up, and the FotoFinder Universe app lets providers view all patient images from their iPad.

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Aura Receives Health Canada Approval

Verisante Aura

The Verisante Aura, a noninvasive, multimodality imaging and spectroscopy system designed to aid in the early detection of skin cancer, will now be marketed and sold in Canada thanks to its recent Health Canada approval. In addition to detecting melanoma, the Aura also detects basal cell and squamous cell cancers. “It is very gratifying to see Verisante Aura reaching commercialization after many years of research and study at the BC Cancer Agency and Vancouver General Hospital,” said Harvey Lui, MD, FRCPC, director of the Skin Care Centre at Vancouver General Hospital.