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Nizar A Mullani: Dermoscopy epiluminescence device employing cross and parallel polarization. 3gen, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, February 28, 2006: US07006223 (50 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a hand held dermoscopy epiluminescense device with a magnification lens and an associated ring of luminous diodes powered by an on board battery. Every other diode in the ring operates as first and second light sources. The even diodes are filtered by a first polarization ri ...


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Nizar A Mullani: Dermoscopy epiluminescence device employing cross and parallel polarization. 3gen, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, January 23, 2007: US07167243 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a hand held dermoscopy epiluminescense device with a magnification lens and an associated ring of luminous diodes powered by an on board battery. Every other diode in the ring operates as first and second light sources. The even diodes are filtered by a first polarization ri ...


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Nizar A Mullani: Dermoscopy epiluminescence device employing cross and parallel polarization. William J Brucker Esq, Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, September 9, 2004: US20040174525-A1

The present invention is a hand held dermoscopy epiluminescense device with a magnification lens and an associated ring of luminous diodes powered by an on board battery. Every other diode in the ring operates as first and second light sources. The even diodes are filtered by a first polarization ri ...


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Nizar A Mullani: Dermoscopy epiluminescence device employing cross and parallel polarization. Stetina Brunda Garred & Brucker, June 22, 2006: US20060132774-A1

The present invention is a hand held dermoscopy epiluminescense device with a magnification lens and an associated ring of luminous diodes powered by an on board battery. Every other diode in the ring operates as first and second light sources. The even diodes are filtered by a first polarization ri ...


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Mullani Nizar A: Dermoscopy epiluminescence device employing cross and parallel polarization. 3 Gen, Mullani Nizar A, BRUCKER William J, September 23, 2004: WO/2004/080525

The present invention is a hand held dermoscopy epiluminescense device (12) with a magnification lens (14) and an associated ring of luminous diodes (58) powered by an on board battery (34). Every other diode in the ring operates as first and second light sources. The even diodes are filtered by a f ...