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Optical Biopsy

Reduce unnecessary biopsies.
See beneath the skin.
Improve patient care. With VivaScope.

Layer by layer.
See beneath the skin.
For best patient care.

In vivo examinations with the VivaScope technology using confocal laser scanning microscopy allow for an optical biopsy using a non-invasive procedure. See the different skin layers of your patients in real time.

With the VivaScope you can now finally see the cell morphology in high resolution – and not just the surface of the skin. This allows you an “Instant Optical Biopsy” painless and within minutes.

The VivaScope 1500/3000
Your all-in-one system VivaScope 1500/3000 Combo. It combines our two confocal laser scan microscopy scan heads. And a dermatoscope. For your whole imaging workflow. Examine the skin of your patients with an optical biopsy non-invasive and in real time. The high resolution of the images allows investigators to evaluate individual cells in horizontal optical sections.

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1. The VivaScope 1500

The VivaScope 1500 scanhead offers physicians, clinicians as well as medical and cosmetic researchers the possibility to non-invasively examine the skin in vivo, at cellular resolution and in real time. The VivaScope 1500 provides a non-invasive view into the epidermis all the way down to the superficial dermis.

A near-infrared laser (830 nm) penetrates the superficial layers and is reflected by components of the skin.

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2. The VivaScope 3000

The VivaScope 3000 scanhead is highly suitable for investigating large skin areas affected by actinic keratosis or lentigo maligna. Since the examination reveals the tissue in cellular resolution, the spread of lentigo maligna can be determined very precisely.

3. The VivaCam (D200)

Digital dermatoscope with an image resolution superior to Full HD for confocal laser scanning microscopy for use in the clinical and dermatoscopic assessment of skin lesions: brilliant image quality in dermatoscopy, High precision optics: 15x – 200x magnification, Clinical images with autofocus and a camera with 2.8″ touch display.

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