Santana-Gutiérrez, Adalberto MD; Guerrero-Putz, María D. MD; Vázquez-Martínez, Osvaldo MD, PhD; Ocampo-Candiani, Jorge MD, PhD Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) arising from mucosal surfaces is extremely rare. Basal cell carcinoma arises from keratinocyte progenitor cells located in the upper infundibulum of … Read More
Why Choose MoleMax?
- Unique patented light source with cross polarisation illumination technology used worldwide, giving you a faster, clean & efficient digital examination with no immersion oil or contact gels required.
- A cost effective purchase that will not only improve patient care, but grow your business.
- Compare, trend and monitor skin lesions with the patient data base as well as a detailed diagnostics modules.
- Most patients are frightened of the thought of an examination. Build your patient confidence by presenting their lesions visually on a monitor with high magnification.
- Clinical Audit and Quality Control, earn qualifying CPD points.
- Portable versions available for mobile clinics.
- Integrated diagnostic aids to assist with scoring and assessing risk
- First in the market in 1997, with well over 3,000 systems installed in over 60 countries worldwide.
- Systems to suit the budget and needs of any size medical practice from entry level systems up to advanced multifunction operations.
- Special camera design allows ease of software operation using the mouse controls located on the back of the camera.
- Our Practice Management Link will improve the workflow, cost efficiency and time management of your practice, linking the MoleMax software to your Practice Management Software and integrate with your patient notes.
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MoleMax Systems and Skin Imaging Device
Ingrassia, Jenne P. BA; Stein, Jennifer A. MD, PhD; Levine, Amanda MD; Liebman, Tracey N. MD Abstract BACKGROUND Survival outcomes in acral lentiginous melanoma (ALM) are worse than for cutaneous melanoma. Diagnostic delays are believed to contribute to worse outcomes … Read More
The eye of the tiger: Case report of a featureless invasive melanoma disguised within a tattoo with implications for clinical practice (R1)
Raghu Vasanthan MBChB, FRACGP, Cand MMed, Louise Vivien Killen MBBS (Hons), FRCPA, Cliff Rosendahl MBBS, PhD We present the case of a 59-year-old Australian man with an invasive melanoma within a decorative tattoo of a tiger. The only morphologic clues to malignancy … Read More