You can get a free mole check by adding your skin mole image to the
Skin Mole Analysis
Customer's Comment: I have an appointment with a dermatologist
about this mole on November 19. This one showed up (or became more
noticeable...) very suddenly. My massage therapist noticed it and commented.
She sees me once a week. According to a video app on my phone, it is of
concern. It looks nasty to me as well. I think I should seek more immediate
diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for your help.
PS - I'm a professional photographer, and this is an accurate
representation, in terms of color, contrast, and focus.
Skin Cancer Pictures
According to the MoleSense software, the skin cancer image on the
Web that is most similar to this mole in terms of color variations
Click here for color map definition.
Asymmetry and Border Irregularity
The MoleSense software has measured the following values:
Asymmetry: 1 (Low)
Border irregularity: 3 (Low)
MoleSense uses the following values:
0 (Very Low)
13 and higher (Very High)
The MoleSense software has calculated the following dimensions:
Maximum Length: 6.0 millimeters
Perimeter: 16.1 millimeters
Area: 17.2 sq. millimeters
By examining the
ABCD features of the mole image, it appears that the
mole is atypical and should be examined by a physician.
Opticom Data Research uses an automated process to check for similarities
between your skin mole and 100s of skin mole images on the Web that are tagged as
"skin cancer" or "melanoma." Opticom Data Research is NOT responsible for
the diagnosis of the Web moles (i.e. whether specific skin moles are indeed
cancerous) nor does it claim that these similarities are medically
significant. Use the mole analysis report for educational purposes only. It
is NOT designed to replace a mole check by your doctor, regular self exams of moles in
front of a mirror, or any other mole monitoring measures. The report should
not be used for diagnosing skin cancer or any other medical problems.