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Advancing Skin Screenings: Dr. Charles E. Mount III and Director Howard Edington, MD Discuss VECTRA® WB360 at AHN Cancer Institute with CBS News

The CBS News Eye on Health recently highlighted Canfield's groundbreaking VECTRA WB360 whole-body imaging system, now in use at Allegheny Health Network (AHN) Cancer Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. This innovative system, equipped with 46 stereo vision pods utilizing cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting, produces highly detailed 3D images of the entire body in a single scan. Powered by Canfield's advanced DermaGraphix® software, these images play a vital role in the surveillance of pigmented lesions and rashes.

Dr. Robyn Siperstein, M.D., discusses Canfield’s revolutionary AI & AR technology and its role in consultations in MedEsthetics Magazine

Dr. Robyn Siperstein, M.D., shares her experience with Canfield Scientific’s revolutionary Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology with MedEsthetics Magazine. She states: “With more than 15 years of experience as a practitioner in this field, I've been thrilled to witness how these cutting-edge tools are empowering providers and revolutionizing the patient experience.” Dr. Siperstein and her staff at the Siperstein Dermatology Group in South Florida seamlessly integrate AI and AR technology in patient consultations. Dr. Siperstein explains how she leverages the 2D and 3D imaging analysis and simulations of Canfield’s VISIA® and VECTRA® 3D to create options for highly customized treatments, ensure superior outcomes, and actively engage patients in their care journey. AI is also utilized in their hair transplant consultations with HairMetrix®– the first AI-driven, non-invasive hair consultation software pioneered by Canfield Scientific. Its unclipped insights and immediate in-depth analysis enable swift, precise decisions, especially for urgent cases or patients reluctant to sacrifice thinning hair for analysis.

Canfield’s VECTRA® WB360 recently installed at Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute

Canfield’s VECTRA WB360 was recently installed at Allegheny Health Network Cancer Institute at West Penn Hospital. As the first of its kind available in western Pennsylvania, the whole-body imaging system will be the centerpiece of the hospital’s newest facility. Their patients will be provided with one-stop access to the technology, therapies, and expertise they would need on their journey to health. The VECTRA WB360 captures patient images using 46 stereo vision pods with cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting, generating a single 3D image of the entire body. Incorporating Canfield’s DermaGraphix® software, the 3D images are used for pigmented lesion and rash surveillance. The surgical oncologist and director at AHN Skin Cancer commented on the importance of high-quality imaging: “Having better images means better care for our patients, and more timely detection of suspicious abnormalities”. This system and software will allow him and his staff to offer better care aimed at prevention as well as conduct clinical and translational research that will focus on early detection.

Dr. Sherina Balaratnam discusses with Francesca Ogiermann-White why Canfield’s VISIA® is an essential part of all her consultations

Recently, Francesca Ogiermann-White and Dr. Sherina Balaratnam discussed why Canfield’s VISIA Skin Analysis was Dr. Balaratnam’s first investment for her S-Thetics Clinic: “My goal here at the clinic is to generate patient results, and it is results that we can see, feel, correct, measure, and celebrate…I will always invest in the best devices and technologies and treatments that my patients are going to love, and I wanted photography to be a key part of that. Which is why I invested in…Canfield imaging because I love the fact that they are innovative, I love the fact that they are very, very precise, and I love the fact that they are not just a single image. They can really look across the board at the skin, at what’s going on subsurface beneath the skin.”

Canfield's IntelliStudio®, recently donated to Specialist Medical Clinic, is used to raise money for Cancer Relief Gibraltar

Canfield’s IntelliStudio® integrated with DermaGraphix® software was donated to the Specialist Medical Clinic (SMC) as part of their new body-imaging service launched in May. The clinic is raising money for Cancer Relief Gibraltar (CR) in the efforts to increase awareness and encourage skin screenings for early detection. The clinic has already utilized automated total body imaging for 26 patients, discovering and removing several suspicious lesions for further examination. David Deardon, the Chief Executive of the Clinic, and his staff will continue to use this technology to examine individual lesions, record data and monitor patients over time. IntelliStudio is fully equipped with a motorized programmable lift, standardized templates, and automated sequencing to guide the user through 2D captures. DermaGraphix capture templates control camera settings and guide patient poses, while the motorized programmable lift ensures repeatable camera positions and lighting for consistent total body photography with minimal staff training. David Deardon, having been treated himself, states on the initiative: “I am so grateful for the care I personally received from the SMC and the CR Centre for me personally and am equally delighted that this idea, of gifting a mole mapping machine to the clinic, is helping other individuals and Cancer Relief at the same time.”

VISIA® Skin Analysis Featured in European Spa Magazine

Canfield’s VISIA Skin Analysis was featured in European Spa Magazine as one of the best technologies available for spas from a leading company in the industry. The article focuses on the importance of embracing technology, providing clients with the best services, and adding value to their business through this system.

Hoag Hospital Installs Cutting Edge VECTRA® WB360 Whole-Body Imaging System

Hoag Hospital of Newport Beach, California recently installed the first VECTRA WB360 whole-body imaging system on the West Coast. The whole-body imaging system offers 3D imaging through 46 stereo-vision pods that take pictures with cross-polarized and non-polarized lighting, generating a single 3D image of the entire body. Dr. Steven Wang, Hoag’s program director of dermatologic oncology was featured on Cision PR Newswire discussing how this initiative will enhance their screenings and research - streamlining care for patients that are high-risk. Dr. Wang states: “This highly innovative imaging system will allow our dermatologists to monitor suspicious lesions and track changes over time.” VECTRA WB360 will assist Dr. Wang and staff with examining patients while avoiding unnecessary biopsies by using the system’s advanced body mapping technology, DermaGraphix®.

As Seen On TikTok: VISIA® Skin Analysis

TikTok influencers Meredith Duxbury and Ellie Zeiler discussed their experience using Canfield’s VISIA to measure the effectiveness of the new L’Oreal Paris Vitamin C Serum. Both influencers applied the product to one side of their face over two weeks to track treatment progress over time.

Dr. Arthur Perry Discusses Canfield’s VISIA® On Tamron Hall Show

Canfield’s cutting edge VISIA® Skin Analysis was recently featured on the Tamron Hall show with Dr. Arthur Perry – a plastic surgeon and adjunct associate professor of surgery at Columbia University. The segment focused on VISIA’s standardized capture and quantitative analysis and visual assessment. Utilizing the VISIA, Dr. Perry analyzed and interpreted Tamron Hall’s skin conditions (surface and subsurface) and discussed how patients can “defy age”. VISIA’s eight guiding metrics uses the world’s largest skin feature database to grade your client’s skin relative to others of the same age and skin type. Tamron was delighted to see how well she was doing when it came to her surface spots measurements. Dr. Perry then discussed Tamron’s TruSkin Age®, a feature which calculates how old your skin looks based on VISIA’s results. Finally, Dr. Perry discussed how to alleviate the host’s concerns of aging skin by recommending personalized treatment options based on her results.

Dr. Leith Banney Discusses Sunshine Coast Hospital’s VECTRA® WB360 Installation with 7 News Australia

Dr. Leith Banney was featured on a 7 News Australia segment about the recently installed VECTRA WB360 at Sunshine Coast Hospital. The 3D whole-body imaging solution will assist Dr. Banney and staff members with examining patients for the early signs of melanoma using the system’s advanced body mapping technology, DermaGraphix®. The hospital’s Head of Dermatology was astonished by how the system effectively identifies changes in suspicious lesions on the surface of the skin over time, “the software is so sensitive it can pick up changes in size. It can pick up changes that are growth or regression.” Patient Hayley McGregar had her entire body scanned in the whole-body imaging system. Utilizing magnified images captured with Canfield’s D200evo high-resolution dermatoscope, her doctors discovered two suspicious lesions on her back and leg.