When I tell people I’m a medical photographer I quite often get the same response, usually something along the lines of either ‘what’s one of those’ or ‘what x-rays and things?’ or even just a general confused expression. Many people don’t know we exist unless they work in healthcare or […]
By Kevin Jacob, Senior Medical Photographer at Illingworth Research 10th May 2012 What is Mole Mapping? With regards to a person’s naevi moles, it is the mapping of a selection or all sites using photography. The resultant record can then be catalogued and used as a comparator when monitoring for […]
On the 9th February two of our medical photographers attended the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham (QHEB) for a demonstration of the Image Skin-Tone Optimisation and Verification (ISTOV) system. The ISTOV system is an image colour management system which provides consistency for photographers and reassurance to consultants and clients that […]
Our team of medical photographers can provide high quality and standardised dental photographs for patient records or ‘before and after’ images to advertise your skills and expertise to future customers. We can offer guidance on photographic equipment and train and support existing dental practitioner’s in all photographic and imaging areas.
We can provide accurate and objective images for medico-legal, personal injury and medical negligence cases. With extensive photographic knowledge our team of both male and female experienced medical photographers provide a fully confidential and professional service. Qualified to masters level in medical illustration and experienced in specialist crime scene photography […]
The following is a list of example applications within dermatology which can benefit from our photography services: Mole mapping Through taking standardised images of the body we can generate a complete map of a person’s skin, including areas normally out of view. This can be kept as a vital record […]
Accurate, standardised, serial photographs can visually show the healing progress of a condition such as diabetic foot ulcers or after a surgical procedure such as scar revision. These images can be used purely as a visual record, compared comparatively or objectively over a period of time or within clinical trials. […]