In recent years, many methods
have been suggested for the self-examination of moles because
early diagnosis is the only way to reduce the mortality rate.
There is a direct correlation between image quality and diagnostic
accuracy. Image quality is of paramount importance for the early
diagnosis of melanoma. The acronym W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G (What You See
Is What You Get) highlights a serious problem in this field :
when a sign is not visible, the diagnosis will fail. The traditional
diagnosis, dermatoscopy, evaluates and interprets shapes, dimensions,
colors, textures and patterns.
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Terms used in diagnosis,
such as "Asymmetry" or "Borders" or "Colours",
can be ambiguous because they are derived from different primitives
of language and are difficult for standardize. For these reasons
they do not work. On the other hand, objective evaluations based
on mathematical definitions offer stable and reproducible measurements.
The correct support gives the right background for early diagnosis
: at the left an image grabbed in 2004 .
When this research
was begun in 1987, the goal was to develop new technologies to
help clinicians reduce mortality due to melanoma. The difference
between standardized calibrated and non-calibrated instruments
has been shown in independent scientific papers by clinicians.
For these reasons, we started a multicentered study involving
experts world-wide using this innovative technology.