The ATBM II is the new, completely redesigned version of the original ATBM®. The Automated Total Body Mapping (= Total Body Photography) procedure helps diagnose melanoma as early as possible based on the "two-step method of digital follow-up". It has revolutionized the skin check with an intelligent combination of video dermoscopy and full body mapping.
The new ATBM® master reinvents Total Body Mapping as Total Body Dermoscopy. It enables you to assess the microscopic structure of moles already in the full body photo. With spectacular image quality, increased speed and new features to visualize the “ugly duckling” at a glance it helps you to save time and increase diagnostic accuracy.
FotoFinder bodystudio ATBM® for Automated Total Body Mapping is the world benchmark when it comes to the management of high-risk patients for melanoma, allowing you to document and analyze skin and moles super-fast and with high accuracy.
Powered by FotoFinder artificial intelligence, the ATBM workflow saves you time and produces brilliant images that help you to find new and changed lesions fast and easily. All ATBM systems intelligently combine Total Body Photography and dermoscopy. That is the FotoFinder standard for double safety in the earliest detection of skin cancer!
The new ATBM generation allows a complete, consistent, high-resolution documentation of the skin twice as fast as the previous model, with novel software features, state-of-the-art encryption technologies and a new user administration.
"The importance of total-body photography and sequential digital dermatoscopy for monitoring patients at increased melanoma risk" (2020), Deinlein et al.
"Usefulness of the 'two-step method' of digital follow-up for early-stage melanoma detection in high-risk French patients: a retrospective 4-year study" (2019), Gasparini et al.
"Benefits of total body photography and digital dermatoscopy (‘‘two-step method of digital follow-up’’) in the early diagnosis of melanoma in patients at high risk for melanoma" (2012), Salerni et al.
"Total body skin examination for skin cancer screening in patients with focused symptoms" (2012), Argenziano et al.
"Comparative analysis of total body vs. dermatoscopic photographic monitoring of nevi in similar patient populations at risk for cutaneous melanoma" (2010), Goodson et al.
Visualize the „ugly duckling“
Recent studies show that 71% of all melanomas do not develop from existing moles, but develop de novo on healthy skin. In order to diagnose these as early as possible, complete prevention must include not only individual moles but the entire skin through an intelligent combination of automated whole body photography and video dermoscopy. This "two-step method of digital follow-up" is the most advanced method for monitoring the skin and is used by opinion leaders worldwide with FotoFinder.
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