Canfield’s VECTRA® WB180 is a “game-changer”, per Mount Sinai Hospital
Doctors at Mount Sinai’s Waldman Melanoma Center use Canfield’s VECTRA® WB180 3D whole-body imaging system to screen patients as they spread awareness during Melanoma May. Canfield’s VECTRA WB180 imaging system captures 3D bodymap images with non-polarized and cross-polarized lighting for an enhanced view of lesions on the surface of the skin. The high-quality standardized images allow doctors at the Waldman Center to identify and track suspicious lesions. Richard Torbek of Mount Sinai’s Icahn’s School of Medicine cites the VECTRA WB180 as a “game-changer” as the system assists Mount Sinai’s doctors in prevention and detection.