DermatologyUltra High Frequency Ideal for Superficial Anatomy
The Highest Resolution Dermatology Ultrasound Images
Imaging the skin layer is often difficult with conventional ultrasound. The Vevo MD is the world’s first dermatology ultrasound system designed specifically for imaging superficial anatomy; ideally suited to image the following dermatological applications:
- Skin layers
- Hair follicles (hair loss)
- Foreign Body Identification
- Lumps and Bumps
Below: Nail Bed with Colour imaged using the Vevo MD and UHF 70 Transducer. Visit Gallery for more images.
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