Expert Analysis module 2020-04-21T12:40:54+00:00


Expert Analysis module

Accurately automate analyses of pigmented lesions

C-Cube Dermatology software calculates the morphological and colorimetric parameters of spots and standardises analyses of pigmented skin lesions.



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A reliable, efficient software tool

The Expert Analysis component places state-of-the-art tools for automatically detecting the outlines of lesions, analysing their size and colour, and extracting objective numerical values ​​for each of these criteria in the palm of your hand.

This tool allows you to manage malignancy criteria for pigmented lesions reliably and objectively.

Gain confidence as you can accurately observe changes in clinical scores over time by easily identifying changes in nature and/or appearance.

Maintain control

The edge of skin lesions can be adjusted on a case-by-case basis by the dermatologist and calculated criteria can be corrected.

A continuously improving tool

We run anonymous data collection drives with our dermatologist partners with the aim of feeding the information gathered into our detection and analysis algorithms.

Criteria analysed

Morphological criteria

The Expert Analysis component offers you the option of measuring the diameter, surface and perimeter of skin lesions. The calculation of these criteria is based on precise, automated positioning of the edges of the spot. To ensure precision in detecting borders, C-Cube dermatology software applies a type of virtual shaving filter which allows for reliable analysis, even in hairy areas.

The number of colours

Used in a variety of clinical scores such as the ABCD score, the number of colours is usually difficult to ascertain. Using our True Color technology, colour analysis has finally been automated in a reliable, accurate, replicable way.

Changes in skin lesions

As the morphological and colorimetric criteria are calculated automatically, they are entirely objective and can be compared over time for the detection of any suspicious changes to skin lesions.