The Laser-guided FotoFinder ATBM Master System takes total body mapping to a completely new and unprecedented level. The ABTM Master images the skin surface and is supported by artificial intelligence to identify new or changing skin lesions. When undertaken at regular intervals, usually every six to twelve months, cancers and pre-cancers are identified earlier.
The software uses artificial intelligence to identify and track new or changing skin lesions. With Polflash XE, Bodyscan, Mosaic View and medicam 1000s, the system simultaneously takes magnified images of suspicious spots with a special high-resolution camera (up to 240x), compares the data with previous skin findings and analyzes them for malignancy. Even the smallest changes are detected with this procedure. The recorded areas are subsequently examined and appropriately managed in your physician visit.
The ATBM Master mole mapping is not covered by insurance. The baseline scan is $375 with each follow-up scan $225. The cancer screening body check with your dermatologist is submitted to your insurance.
HSA and Flex money can be used to cover the cost of the scans.
1. PREPARE FOR YOUR VISIT
The skin cancer screening is carried out in a specially equipped room at Highlander's Brookfield office. A high-resolution camera takes automated images of your body. Then video dermatoscopy is obtained of all identitied atypical lesions - i.e. close-up pictures magnified 240X. Do not apply any cosmetics to your face or body prior to your scan as this may affect the results of the examination.
2. ANALYSIS OF THE IMAGES
The software uses artificial intelligence to identify suspicious new, or changing skin lesions (comparing to past scans if this is a follow up). In this step, the spots on your body are digitally mapped and displayed for careful review by your dermatologist. The results of the analysis are recorded in a body map on which all suspicious areas are precisely marked.
3. EXAMINATION BY YOUR DERMATOLOGIST
After the images have been analyzed, the dermatologist examines the suspicious areas again. In this step, we decide whether the skin lesion can be observed or whether it should be biopsied. A full skin check with your provider occurs with the imaging.
At your next skin check with Automated Body Mapping the Al will identify any changes in your moles and flag all new lesions. These lesions will then be specifically checked during your skin check by your dermatologist.
Total body scanning visits take about 30 minutes. For early detection of skin cancer it is recommended to be scanned every 6 to 12 months.
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