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HEINE DELTA® 20 Plus Dermatoscope

R 13,132.39R 16,078.90 excl. VAT

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Description:

Dermatoscopic examination for early diagnosis of malignant melanoma. Also for the examination of non-melanocytic lesions, basal cell carcinoma and dermatofibroma. The skin surface refracts the light and partially reflects it. That’s why either an immersion liquid between the dermatoscope and the skin (for example dermatoscopy oil) or polarised light is needed to observe pigment cells or other structures in the deeper
skin layers.

Features:

  • Immersion and polarisation. With different contact plates (contact plate N for immersion and contact plate P for polarisation) the examination can be matched with the respective lesion, because some characteristics are more visible when a liquid is used, others under polarised light.
  • 4 high performance LEDs produce an absolutely homogeneous and bright illumination with excellent colour rendering (Colour rendering index CRI > 87). 2 of the LEDs can optionally be switched off for lateral illumination.
  • High-resolution optics with achromatic lens system. 10 x to 16 x magnification, distorsion-free edge-to-edge, very large, highly detailed image.
  • Adjustable Eyepiece. Individual focusing, range of correction – 6 to + 6 dpt.
  • Detailed compendium with photographic atlas included. Simplifi es the differential diagnosis of pigmented lesions.

HEINE 5 year guarantee:

All HEINE products are backed by the HEINE 5 year guarantee

Options

with contact plate P 23 mm dia. with scale & dermatoscopy compendium, without handle, with contact plate P 23 mm dia. without scale, dermatoscopy compendium & handle, with contact plate N 23 mm dia. with scale & dermatoscopy compendium, without handle, with contact plate N 23 mm dia. without scale & dermatoscopy compendium, without handle, DELTA 20 Plus Dermatoscope Head without contact plate

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Description: Dermatoscopic examination for early diagnosis of malignant melanoma. Also for the examination of non-melanocytic lesions, basal cell carcinoma and dermatofibroma. The skin surface refracts the light and partially reflects it. That’s why either an immersion liquid between the dermatoscope and the skin…