What Is Dermoscopic Monitoring?

Dermoscopic monitoring is a special procedure that enables comparative follow ups of a single skin lesion over different points in time. This kind of monitoring is possible only in the constellation of computerized digital dermoscopy with a dermoscopic monitoring module.

It enables spotting even the smallest sign of evolution of a skin lesion, which provides early melanoma diagnostics and prevention of developing melanoma, and by that, a chance to be cured.

Dermoscopic monitoring

A boy of pre-school age doing dermoscopic monitoring because of high melanoma risk factors.


first screening


two years later

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During a two year tracking, an evolution of a lesion is noticed, in the form of expansion of irregular dermoscopic globules in the periphery. Lesion has been preventively removed because of the evolution, and sent for histopathological analysis.