If you have ever been tested for a suspicious mole on your body you know the routine. A doctor eyeballs the nevi – pigmented lesions or blemishes — and decides whether or not they look suspicious.
At present, if your doctor decided that the nevi looked worrisome, the next step would involve a surgical intervention to get a tissue sample of the problem area. This can be painful, intrusive, and costly and cause much anxiety.
However, with SCS’s new device, surgical intervention might not be necessary.
With our technology, the next step would be to use SCS’s state-of-the-art sensors to perform a painless, non-invasive scan on the area of concern. Regardless of a patient’s skin color, the system looks for and defines the required properties of each type of lesion.
Once completed, the doctor takes the scan results and gives his diagnosis and medical recommendations.