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MELANOMA EARLY DETECTION SYSTEM BASED ON HYPERSPECTRAL VISION
A rapid and non-invasive early melanoma detection system has been developed based on the analysis of the interaction of infrared light with the skin through hyperspectral vision. Real tests have been performed with patients using the infrared spectrum to find the characteristic spectral fingerprint of tissues that may be affected by a melanoma lesion. In the clinical study, 100% detection was achieved without false positives. In addition, by processing the image, it has been possible to delimit the area affected by the lesion, which is very useful for possible surgical interventions.
It is a new method that facilitates the early diagnosis of melanoma and has a double value of reducing the morbidity and mortality of this tumor, as well as of greater complications in advanced stages.
Following the successful results of the tests, AINIA and IIS La Fe are looking for a medical equipment manufacturer partner for the development and commercialization of the technology, in order to improve the efficiency in the early detection of melanoma.
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