By Wilhelm, Klaus-Peter
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In Figure 2, the scanners that were included in the studies are shown. Skin lesions are imaged with separate VD/ ELM, HFUS, and OCT imaging systems in the clinical bioengineering lab. Furthermore, we have conducted a study to compare HR-MRI with HFUS (18). An experimental prototype system for skin elastography with HFUS was implemented and evaluated in a preliminary study (19–21). FIGURE 2 Skin imaging systems: VD/ELM, HFUS, and OCT. Abbreviations: VD, video-dermatoscopy; ELM, epiluminescence microscopy; HFUS, high-frequency ultrasound; OCT, optical coherence tomography.
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Bioengineering of the Skin: Skin Imaging & Analysis by Wilhelm, Klaus-Peter