Free Mole Check
(Skin Mole Analysis)
Opticom Data Research will use its MoleSense™
software to check for similarities between your moles and 100s of skin cancer images
available on the Internet. In addition, we will visually inspect the skin
lesion for skin cancer symptoms.
The free report includes links to skin cancer images on the Web that are most
similar to your mole in terms of color variations. The report also
includes evaluation of your mole's asymmetry and border irregularity as
analyzed by the MoleSense software, as these may be symptoms of melanoma.
You can view mole images that other
people have submitted.
A skin mole analysis report will be emailed to you within a
If you use a Chrome browser (in your computer or tablet) you may want to download our free
Chrome extension. With a click of a button, this Chrome extension analyzes similarities between your mole image and 100s of skin lesion images on the Internet.
If you would
like to get a report from us, please
email us (email@example.com)
the mole image and the following information:
- Mole size (e.g. 8 millimeters).
- Details and description of the mole (e.g. "mole has been on my leg
for 3 months").
By emailing us the image and information above you certify that the image is YOUR
image and the information you are submitting is correct. In
addition, you consent to the inclusion of your mole image in our online
Disclaimer: Opticom Data Research will use an
automated process to check for similarities between your moles and 100s
of mole images on the Internet that are tagged as "skin cancer" or
"melanoma." Opticom Data Research is NOT responsible for the diagnosis
of the Internet moles (i.e. whether specific moles are indeed cancerous)
nor does it claim that these similarities are medically significant. Use
the skin 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