Early detection is essential in melanoma. An increase in the depth of the cancer of just 1/10th of a millimetre can reduce survival by 30%. Our service makes mole mapping easy, detects subtle changes, and helps users to get in the habit of checking their skin.
Our patent-pending software corrects for differences in angle, lighting and focal length, then looks for changes any changes. All your photos are uploaded securely to the cloud and stored so they can be shown to a doctor to help diagnosis.
This free app is for people who already have a skin-analytics.com account. We offer a free trial account for one month, after that a subscription is £2.50 per month.
This FREE Application answers the following questions,
What Is Skin Cancer?
What Are The Symptoms Of Skin Cancer?
3 Types Of Skin Cancer Explained
Skin Cancer Symptoms You Should Be Aware Of
Skin Cancer: Warning Signs, Prevention And Self-Examination
suspicious moles, rashes, wounds etc. You can take a photo of a spot, mark its position on the body and then take series of close-up photos of the same spot at subsequent times.
The Skin Monitor app includes a handy database of all spots and allows direct comparison of close-up images taken at different times. The evolution of a spot has direct medical implications.
Why it is worth following the evolution of a spot:
- rapidly growing skin mole may be a sign of melanoma, a dangerous type of cancer
- appearance and growth of rashes might indicate food allergy
- sudden change of a healing wound may be a sign of an infection
Please be lenient when rating the app - it is still in beta testing phase. Also, don't expect any numerical quantification of skin spots (which is common in other skin apps), since it is useless and can only harm you.
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We use the information mainly in order to and manage customer enquiries.
We do not share, collect or sell any personal information of end users to any third parties and will never transmit to any third parties.
We highly respect our end users privacy and to protect them is our priority.
Learn how to give yourself a monthly skin exam and how to tell if your moles are the kind that you should tell a dermatologist about.
Keep track of your self-exams with the Monthly Skin Check Log and follow the essential tips to ensure that you are always practicing sun safety!
The Track-A-Mole app is designed to help you detect cancer early by recognizing problematic moles. The app creates slideshow projects for your moles and allows you to take pictures periodically and watch a slideshow to look for changes in a mole. You can even set a monthly reminder for the app to prompt you. The app also contains the basic ABCDE warning signs of skin cancer so you will know what to look for.
It is easy to use anywhere in the world,and provides simple one step information for your optimal health.
Thus the Opti-D Time Calculator helps you to REDUCE YOUR RISK OF SKIN CANCER as well as REDUCE YOUR RISK OF VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY.
To use the app, simply download and open.
The app will locate your position, worldwide and source the UV Index (intensity of UV Radiation) that is currently predicted for today.
You then simply enter your skin type and the level of cloud cover at your location.
It will also display the text "too long" if you cannot receive enough UV to synthesise enough Vitamin D for the day.
The Opti-D Time Calculator based on this information will calculate how much time you need to spend in the sun to receive "Just the Right Amount" for optimal Vitamin D synthesis as well as minimise your risks of developing skin cancer or other UV related diseases like cataracts, premature aging etc.
There are 6 defined skin types called "Fitzpatrick skin types" and they are defined by a picture in the app and are:-
Type I Light, pale white. Always burns, never tans
Type II White; fair. Usually burns, tans with difficulty
Type III Medium, white to olive. Sometimes mild burn, gradually tans to olive.
Type IV Olive, moderate brown. Rarely burns, tans with ease to a moderate brown.
Type V Brown, dark brown. Very rarely burns, tans very easily
Type VI Black, very dark brown to black. Never burns, tans very easily, deeply pigmented
The Opti-D Time Calculator is a complete assessment, measurement and educational tool for the analysis of solar Ultraviolet Radiation (UV). Specifically, this app was designed to provide methods to find the optimal amount of UV a person should be exposed to, for minimisation of health risks, such as skin cancer (too much UV) or vitamin D deficiency (too low UV).
At present, above 60% of Australians and above 20% of US Citizens will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. Moreover, above 30% of Australians and over 40% of US citizens are currently vitamin D deficient. The Opti – D calculator package provides the necessary tools to significantly reduce these numbers and could safe billions of health dollars by educative prevention of these solar UV related diseases. IT WILL HELP YOU SO THAT YOU DO NOT BECOME ONE OF THESE STATISTICS.
Measurements were made to calculate standard UV exposures and well as UV transmission properties world wide. Global UV index databases where accessed and manipulated to calculate and ascertain UV exposure levels world wide to produce global UV exposure indication software for analysis and education of current UV exposure requirements for optimal Vitamin D synthesis. These Opti-D Time Calculator was verified using calibrated UV dosmetry equipemnt to verify its accuracy.This allows the user to accurately receive the correct amount of UV exposure for their skin type for optimal health benefits. A UV exposure time calculator was also developed to predict the time required for solar UV exposure for optimal health benefits.
Learn more area - an option that allows you to get more information about which moles you need to observe and counseling for healthier skin
Scan your moles area - an option that allows you to monitor your moles. Here some of its features:
-This app can be used by multiple users;
-For management of the skin scanner you are asked to enter simple personal information;
-You can add your dermatologist details; that will permit you sending mole’s pictures for evaluation;
-Graphic interface for quick access to moles localization;
-Take pictures of your moles to monitor its characteristics;
-Be notified of best time schedule for re-evaluate your moles;
-Easy alarm interface for you not to forget to look into your moles;
-Add as many users and moles as you want on your monitoring system;
-Automatic camera enabling and images storing;
-Simple recommended way to take photos in order to guarantee comparability (just use a card with credit card standard dimensions;
-Easy and interactive images comparison of the moles;
-Easy image sending to your dermatologist;
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"Wow. Amazing, I have never reviewed an app but had to. U can even save analysis and name mole to show dr or compare w next months photo. This will save lives." - Elizabeth
"An interesting and potentially very useful app. Anything that heightens one's awareness of diagnostic medical procedures, used with a degree of caution, is well worth investigatin and this one certainly appears to be a rather good example - thank you!" - EtheB
"I think I may have found one that needs checking out at the doctor and it's only been there for a little while. Thanks... was wondering when I should start checking out moles. :D Now I will definitely ask when I see my doctor next. Would be handy if you could use photos already taken on the phone as the in-app camera didn't seem to work very well, and you couldn't use a flash for lighting. 4 stars. Awesome job." - Stuart
DoctorMole uses advanced real-time computer vision technology to scan your moles in real time and give you instant risk feedback on Asymmetry, Border, Color, Diameter and Risk (ABCDE). It is quick and easy to use and allows you to save any photo you have taken to compare for evolution changes at a later stage.
+ Automatically scans moles in real-time
+ Detailed analysis provided to cover the (ABCDE) criteria on your scanned mole
+ Save as many photos as you like
DoctorMole is the first app to use real-time computer vision technology to help in the assessment of your moles. This allows the user to easily take a photo of the desired target mole accurately with the correct lighting and distance. All the calculations are done on the phone so your results are instant and your data is safe. At any point you can review all your photos and their results and make comparisons between your moles at different times.
Skin cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer and Melanoma is the most dangerous form of skin cancer. Advanced stages of Melanoma cannot be treated yet Melanoma is one of the most treatable cancers if caught early. Using DoctorMole on a regular basis can help to teach you to identify what the danger signs of melanoma are and keep track of all your moles.
DoctorMole has been created for educational purposes only.
The results given by this application are not a substitute for a professional opinion and as such, we take no responsibility or liability for any course or treatment that you decide to take, or not take, based on this applications results.
We always recommend that you consult a qualified health care professional regardless of any outcome that this application produces if you have have any type of concern.
All data is self contained within the DoctorMole Application and as such we have no access to any of the data that you have stored inside this application.
Winner of the Ohio Dermatological Association Meeting, October 1st, 2011. 1st Place
Grundlage des UV-Check ist der UV-Index – eine exakte Messung der Sonnenstrahlungsintensität für den aktuellen Aufenthaltsort. Ein vom Deutschen Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt entwickelter und patentgeschützter Algorithmus errechnet unter Berücksichtigung des Hauttyps die Eigenschutzzeit der Haut. Dabei wird neben dem Sonnenstand und Strahlungsintensität auch die Ozonverteilung in den obersten Schichten der Athmosphäre berücksichtigt.
Der Nutzer kann darüber hinaus weitere wichtige Umgebungsfaktoren wie Bewölkung, Schnee oder Aufenthalt am Wasser sowie den verwendeten Lichtschutzfaktor der Kleidung oder des verwendeten Sonnenschutzmittels eingeben. Auf Grundlage dieser Daten gibt der UV-Check die persönliche Eigenschutzzeit für den Aufenthalt unter freiem Himmel an, die an diesem Tag nicht überschritten werden sollte.
Doch die UV-Check App kann mehr als das. Über die App gibt es Hilfestellung bei der Hauttypbestimmung und Tipps, die tägliche UV-Strahlendosis und damit die eigenen Hautkrebsrisiken zu verringern. Praktisch ist auch die Möglichkeit, sich über das Smartphone-Programm an den nächsten Vorsorgetermin für eine Hautkrebsfrüherkennungsuntersuchung erinnern zu lassen und auffällig erscheinende Hautveränderungen im Zeitverlauf für die nächste Vorsorgeuntersuchung bei einer Hautärztin oder einem Hautarzt des Vertrauens als Fotoserie zu speichern.
Den UV-Check haben das Deutsche Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt und Berufsverband der Deutschen Dermatologen gemeinsam entwickelt. Die App steht dank der Unterstützung des Kooperationspartners Leo Pharma GmbH ab 10. April für die breite Öffentlichkeit kostenlos zur Verfügung.
Learn how to check for abnormalities and causes for concern using the Mole Checker app. Learn which changes to look out for and use this app to keep a mole map of all your moles to compare year on year. A must have app for anyone with a family medical history of skin cancer.
Learn how to spot changes and irregularities and use the detailed instructions and guides to learn the difference between malignant and benign moles. Compare your moles to detailed images and catch a mole before it becomes harmful. Know the ABCDE of spotting mole abnormalities and know what to look for and you’ll be confident of healthy skin.
Content does not require connectivity.
DISCLAIMER: This app is for educational purposes only and is no replacement for assessment and advice from a suitably qualified professional. If you are concerned about something affecting your skin you should make an appointment with a doctor, pharmacist or dermatologist at the earliest opportunity.
The breast cancer app is free but we are asking that you ponder the idea of giving ten dollars to the Susan G. Komen Foundation which is foundation that is making strides to cure breast cancer! If you would like more information regarding the Susan G. Komen Foundation please visit their website at http://ww5.komen.org/. Your small donation will touch many hearts and lives and help America fight to find a cure for breast cancer.
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