Full body mole mapping is a quick and thorough way to check all of your moles for skin cancer. The process scans your entire body to form a baseline, and then all future tests are automatically compared to detect any new or changed moles.
New moles or changes in existing moles can indicate the presence of skin cancer. Changes include bleeding, itching, pain, changes in colour, shape, size and surface, and more. Read this article for a more comprehensive list.
Long term mole monitoring helps detect early changes in your moles. Noticing changes to your moles as quickly as possible can help in the early detection of skin cancer, which is important for improving the success rates of treatment.
Full body mole mapping with the FotoFinder Bodystudio ATBM
The benefits of this system are:
It is quick, easy and thorough! In just four minutes your full body mole mapping will be complete.
This precise method does not only scan your individual moles but the entirety of your skin so nothing is missed. The process is automatically done, but the FotoFinder produces consistent images allowing your doctor to compare your moles to the existing, previous scans to ensure no changes go unnoticed.
Allows for long term monitoring of your moles which can help with the quick discovery of any changes.
It is capable of drawing the doctor’s attention to unusual lesions, which may have gone undiscovered previously.
The Medicam 1000 takes precise dermoscopy images.
Dynamole Software Module is specifically geared toward assisting in the detection of malignant melanomas as early as possible.
For more information on the FotoFinder and full body mole mapping, have a look at our video:
For your convenience, we now have Fotofinder available in The Clinic.
To book your full body mole mapping, call us today on 03 9741 1200 or book an appointment online