By Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard I. Maibach
Spanning the numerous developments that experience taken position within the box because the First version of this publication was once released, this moment version emphasizes the imaging of the surface in its entirety, instead of focusing exclusively on floor layers. the second one version comprises new chapters on applied sciences akin to in vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, optical coherence tomography, nuclear magnetic imaging, high-resolution ultrasound, in vivo dermis topometry, and multi-photon imaging of the outside.
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In Figure 2, the scanners that were included in the studies are shown. Skin lesions are imaged with separate VD/ ELM, HFUS, and OCT imaging systems in the clinical bioengineering lab. Furthermore, we have conducted a study to compare HR-MRI with HFUS (18). An experimental prototype system for skin elastography with HFUS was implemented and evaluated in a preliminary study (19–21). FIGURE 2 Skin imaging systems: VD/ELM, HFUS, and OCT. Abbreviations: VD, video-dermatoscopy; ELM, epiluminescence microscopy; HFUS, high-frequency ultrasound; OCT, optical coherence tomography.
4) and rinsing in CB, this piece was dehydrated in graded concentrations of alcohol, immersed in isoamylacetate, dried up in a critical point drying apparatus with CO2, and observed in a SEM (JSM-840) following gold coating in an ion sputter (JFC-1100). 4b), dehydrated in graded concentrations of alcohol and acetone, and embedded in EponTM. For observation by LM, 1-mm thick sections of the embedded specimens were made with a diamond knife in an ultramicrotome (MT-5000) and stained in a toluidine blue solution.
There is loss of collagen and clumping of degraded elastic fibers into amorphous masses. , on the lower abdomen or the buttocks. Wrinkles appear in the direction of skin tension. As they develop, the primary and secondary glyphic lines are reduced or completely wiped out. Figure 8 shows the lateral lower leg from a 67-year-old woman. Long parallel ridges have evolved under the influence of gravity and local stresses. Fine scaling is apparent. The picture was obtained using reflected UVA photography; UVA, especially of the shorter wavelengths, is reflected much more from the skin surface and the horny layer than visible light.
Bioengineering of the Skin: Skin Imaging & Analysis, 2nd Edition (Dermatology: Clinical & Basic Science) by Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard I. Maibach