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Authors: Prof. Robin Williams and Gigi Williams

Biomedical applications of reflected ultraviolet photography:

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Figure 63. Delineation of ephelides.

Figure 64. Detailed view of ephelides.

Figure 65. Increase in melanin.

Figure 66. An example of melasma.

Figure 67. Reduction of melanin in vitiligo.

Figure 68. Less obvious case of vitiligo.

Figure 69. Surface detail of skin.

Figure 70. Surface detail in episcleritis.

Figure 71. Delineation of contact dermatitis.

Figure 72. A case of Molluscum contagiosum.

Figure 73. Specimen photography.

Figure 74. Specimen of neuroblastoma.

Figure 75. Sutton's pigmented lesion of the skin.

Figure 76. Detection of bruising.

Figure 77. A bruise over three months.

Figure 78. Detection of forgery.

Figure 79. Proteas.

Figure 80. A selection of flowers.

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