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    Hello everybody. Just read this on Google news:

    "Astron Clinica is currently developing applications of its SIAscopy™ technology for the treatment of skin conditions such as acne and rosacea, as well as in the cosmetics industry where SIAscopy™ can be used to analyse skin-aging."

    Full article here:
    http://presszoom.com/story_112045.html

    This could help improve the outcome of IPL treatments, just like the confocal imaging system dr.Nase talked about.

    Best wishes,

    Adrian

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    Wow.
    Great job digging this up!
    Reading stuff like this makes me tingle all over....
    Thank you Adrian.
    Just make sure Dr. Nase gets a glimpse of this,
    Perry

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    Quote Originally Posted by adyus
    Hello everybody. Just read this on Google news:

    "Astron Clinica is currently developing applications of its SIAscopy™ technology for the treatment of skin conditions such as acne and rosacea, as well as in the cosmetics industry where SIAscopy™ can be used to analyse skin-aging."

    Full article here:
    http://presszoom.com/story_112045.html

    This could help improve the outcome of IPL treatments, just like the confocal imaging system dr.Nase talked about.

    Best wishes,

    Adrian

    Adrian,

    Can you find any still shots, short demos or image reproductions for this machine and software system. I would like to see what they could decipher and at what magnification -- the whole blood vessel, half of the blood vessel wall, or individual vascular smooth muscle cells.

    This sounds more user friendly then the new portable confocal microscopy systems, but the confocals can zoom in on single cells and go to twice the depth.

    Good stuff though. Holler if you see anymore info. on it. In any case, it certainly would be helpful.

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    Hey dr.Nase & Perry. I've dug up something. Look here:
    http://www.astronclinica.com/researc...rs/siaacne.ppt

    I've also sent you an e-mail about an interesting product for Atopic Dermatitis and a certain Netherton’s syndrome that ressembles rosacea somewhat. If you have time to look ...
    http://www.arexis.com/start/default....rrentMenuID=18

    I'm hollering....can you hear me? :P
    Hope this helps, have a nice day.....

    Adrian

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    and some close-ups for psoriasis....
    http://www.astronclinica.com/researc...a%20poster.pdf

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    Does this new technology mean that any skin condition can be diagnosed right away with no mistakes?
    Why do we fall? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    Does this new technology mean that any skin condition can be diagnosed right away with no mistakes?
    Hello francois. Astron Clinica presents this invention as a tool for assesing the severity (and the presence) of a certain skin disorder( psoriasis, acne, rosacea etc.). So the answer to your question is Yes.

    Hope this helps,

    Adrian

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    Hi Adyus,

    Thanks a lot for this post!! Hope it can do diagnosis on seb derm too.
    Please keep us post when you get any further information.

    Best wishes, Winnie


    Quote Originally Posted by adyus
    Hello everybody. Just read this on Google news:

    "Astron Clinica is currently developing applications of its SIAscopy™ technology for the treatment of skin conditions such as acne and rosacea, as well as in the cosmetics industry where SIAscopy™ can be used to analyse skin-aging."

    Full article here:
    http://presszoom.com/story_112045.html

    This could help improve the outcome of IPL treatments, just like the confocal imaging system dr.Nase talked about.

    Best wishes,

    Adrian
    [I have mild seborrheic dermatitis around both sides of my nose and along the eye brows. My nose is a little bit oily, other areas of my face is normal.]

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    Adyus,

    I looked at your links. Thank you. It is a step forward quantitatively.

    The acne and rosacea blood spots where very obvious in the photo of the gentleman and lady with just digital camera and with the new gadget. I guess the most important question I have is, can it see the blood flow deeper down when it is not obvious face to face -- that would be very valuable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adyus

    I'm hollering....can you hear me? :P
    Hope this helps, have a nice day.....

    Adrian
    I hear you...HIT ME!
    Perry "trying to be James Brown" Jones

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