One of the unique services provided at the Medical Procedures Center is skin cancer screening using the FotoFinder System. The FotoFinder System is an advanced imaging technology system that utilizes artificial intelligence to identify melanoma and other skin cancers.
If you have a new or worrisome mole, you should have your healthcare provider look at the mole, or you can make an appointment at the Medical Procedures Center at 989 631-4545.
Melanoma skin cancer can be life-threatening. It has been on the rise since the 1970s; fortunately, death from melanoma has fallen by an average rate of 2.9 percent per year. The improvement in survival from melanoma is likely due to early detection.
The FotoFinder assists in identifying skins lesion concerning cancer at earlier stages, allowing for an appropriate skin biopsy. Using advanced imaging technology, we at the Medical Procedures Center want to identify skin cancers at the earliest stages. Allan C. Halpern, MD dermatologist and co-editor of the Melanoma Letter, advocates for dermatologists to use the latest technology to assist in the diagnosis of melanoma.
If you would like to learn more about the system, follow the link below.
FotoFinder - Setting the Pace in Skin Imaging Worldwide