Derma Medical Systems Handels u. Entwicklungs GmbH, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 140, A-1050 Vienna, Austria

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Full functionality of the MoleMax I
video dermoscopy  system with new design

The distinguishing feature of DermDOC is its
specially developedsystem electronics in a portable
box. This economically efficient One-Camera
system meets the different requirements of ELM-,
macro and even close-up imaging.Thanks to the worldwide-patented technique of light polarization dermatoscopic examinations can be done without the use of immersion fluids.
The integrated LED light in the macro-imaging mode allows putting the Camera directly onto the skin for taking close-up and clinical images.



Compact and Professional

          • Portable
          • Polarized ELM Illumination
         •  Build in Camera SMD LED´s
          • Autofocus
          • Real time zooming
          • From overview to clinical Images
          • Variable magnificationfrom 20 x to 100 x
          • Automatic mode switching between Macro and Micro application
          • Camera cable exchangeable
          • Easy self Installation
          • To be connected to any multimedia PC or notebook via Firewire and USB
The DermDOC advantages at a Glance
 •  No contact fluids for digital Dermatoscopy required thanks to the patented cross polarization
 • Integrated mouse in Camera for easy Software control and handling
 • User friendly system, allows equipment to be operated from the Camera during examination
 • Automatic recognition of ELM or macro imaging mode ensures fast and easy examination
 • Logical linking of macro, close up and ELM image as well as additional import of histo pathological image
  • Reliable Software, proved by more then 2000 MoleMax users all over the world




Expertizer Plus
The basis of this unique, future oriented
program is a histo pathological secure
database of images of pigmented lesions.
The program package includes image
analysis functions based on state of the
art technology, and uses the clinically
well-known ABCD Rule or Seven Point
Checklist to support the classification of
   lesions being diagnosed.


Body Mapping

The “body-mapping” function allows you to
make photographic documentation of the
entire body possible based on 33 or for
quick examinations on 10 preset body




Is a diagnosis library, which is illustrated
with images, descriptions and has ability
to browse and search through. The
images are categorized by diagnosis in
one hierarchical list.

DermDOC Imaging Camera
CCD PAL Color camera
1/3" sensor, 9-lens element
12x motor-driven zoom
Auto Focus
Shortest distance to subject 10 mm, wide end 900 mm
Min. illumination 6 lux F1.4
Cable with single plug connection, 270 cm
Built in mouse control device (Microsoft-track stick and mouse buttons)
Close-Up illumination feature with SMD LED light
Movement sensor
ELM Feature with ELM Adaptor (Magnification 20x to 100x in ELM mode)

Computer Requirements
The minimum system requirements are:
Intel Pentium CPU 800 MHz or more
128 MB RAM or more
300 MB free space for program (HD 20 GB or higher recommended)
One free USB 
CDRW or Tape for data backup
3.5“ Disk drive and/or Card Reader
Microsoft Windows XP, Vista (latest service pack recommended)

or Windows 7 (32 BIT and 64 BIT), Windows 8
Desktop area: 800×600 pixel / Color Palette: True Color / System font size: small fonts
To improve system performance, specifications are subject to change without notice.

Technical Data
The DermDoc system may be connected to any properly grounded outlet which is secured
with a 16 A fuse (except of explosive dangerous areas).

Nominal Voltage 90/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 1,9/1,1 A (110 V USA Model)
Power Consumption max. 100 W
Dimensions 20×25×22 cm (W×L×H) 20×25×31 cm (W×L×H) (including drawer)
Weight ca. 6 kg




 DermDoc components

 Front of DermDoc

 DermDoc Software

 Expertizer Plus


 Option: CosMax


DermDOC- Now Windows 7 compatible and with magnification up to 100 times!
 Related Topics 

      What is DELM?