Medical Imaging

Medical Imaging

See the invisible at a glance with QCELL’s advanced Spectral Scopes​
Seeing only three colors with the conventional Medical “Scopes”, i.e. Dermoscopes, Endoscopes and Clinical Microscopes, is not enough! Human tissues are complex structures and quite often different abnormalities are perceived with similar hues, leading to inconclusive examinations. ​
Traditional Medical “Scopes” (Dermoscopes, Endoscopes, Clinical Microscopes) are simple color camera-based magnifying lens systems. Their most advanced versions integrate digital imaging technologies, offering several advantages in documentation and communication. ​
Significant diagnostic information can be gained, in vivo, with multichannel imaging, spanning both the visible and the invisible portions of the optical spectrum. Spectral Imaging emerges as the technology of choice for improving the accuracy of in vivo diagnosis, limiting the need of invasive biopsies. However, conventional scanning spectral imaging technologies are far from being clinically implementable, as they cannot provide real-time imaging, a key requirement in clinical inspections.
See the invisible at a glance with QCELL’s advanced Spectral Scopes​
Seeing only three colors with the conventional Medical “Scopes”, i.e. Dermoscopes, Endoscopes and Clinical Microscopes, is not enough! Human tissues are complex structures and quite often different abnormalities are perceived with similar hues, leading to inconclusive examinations. ​
Traditional Medical “Scopes” (Dermoscopes, Endoscopes, Clinical Microscopes) are simple color camera-based magnifying lens systems. Their most advanced versions integrate digital imaging technologies, offering several advantages in documentation and communication. ​
Significant diagnostic information can be gained, in vivo, with multichannel imaging, spanning both the visible and the invisible portions of the optical spectrum. Spectral Imaging emerges as the technology of choice for improving the accuracy of in vivo diagnosis, limiting the need of invasive biopsies. However, conventional scanning spectral imaging technologies are far from being clinically implementable, as they cannot provide real-time imaging, a key requirement in clinical inspections.

Color Images (left) of normal (bottom), dysplastic and melanoma moles (upper). Their macroscopic appearance is not informative for the underlining pathology. On the contrary, the spectral class color-coding of Spectral View mapping is clearly pathology-specific: white for the melanoma and red for the dysplastic mole

QCELL’s Spectral View Scopes add new dimensions of information in real time. Multichannel live imaging in both, the visible and the non visible portions of the spectrum, together with spectral mapping, uncover the underlaying microstructural alterations, empowering clinical diagnosis.
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QCELL’s Spectral View Scopes add new dimensions of information in real time. Multichannel live imaging in both, the visible and the non visible portions of the spectrum, together with spectral mapping, uncover the underlaying microstructural alterations, empowering clinical diagnosis.
Take me to the Medical Imaging pages: