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Bioengineering of the Skin: Skin Imaging & Analysis, 2nd by Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard

By Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard I. Maibach

Spanning the numerous developments that experience taken position within the box because the First variation of this publication was once released, this moment version emphasizes the imaging of the surface in its entirety, instead of focusing completely on floor layers. the second one version contains new chapters on applied sciences akin to in vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, optical coherence tomography, nuclear magnetic imaging, high-resolution ultrasound, in vivo pores and skin topometry, and multi-photon imaging of the outside.

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