Our Senior Medical Photographer recently completed a poster presentation entitled “Best Practice for Capturing and Presenting Accurate Wound Images” at this years Wounds UK conference held in picturesque Harrogate. The poster covers the requirement for clinical wound imaging and how Illingworth capture images consistently and accurately for clinical trials. This […]
Medical photography is primarily used to record detailed and accurate images to assist clinicians in diagnosis and monitoring of patient conditions, disease and progress. It can also be a useful tool for teaching and research purposes. For medical photography to take place, patients must follow a compulsory informed consent process […]
Wound Care: From Innovations to Clinical Trials held in Manchester is a relatively young conference and this was Illingworth’s first year at the event… We are pretty sure it won’t be our last! Kevin our Medical Photography specialist and Helen from team BD attended the event as exhibitors. The conference […]
The generic term ‘medical photography’; can be taken to reference any data represented by a visual arrangement of pixels, whether originating from a smart phone, video camera, 3D scanner or dedicated medical imaging device. Below Illingworth introduces some of the key capture options when considering the usage of photography within a […]
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.