Description: The VECTRA WB360 (Canfield Scientific, New Jersey USA) is an imaging system of 46 cameras that constructs a digital 3D model of a human subject with detailed reproduction of the skin. An extra dermoscopic camera can capture highly detailed images of specific lesions, linked to their location on the body, that can show extra features of the lesion lying under the skin's surface. The system quickly makes a record of the patient's whole skin surface that can be referred to during follow-up visits to identify changing moles.
Aims of Study: To improve skin examinations and monitoring over time, and to refine risk stratification protocols for people at risk of melanoma.
Status: The system is currently being used to collect data for the Brisbane Naevus Morphology Study.