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Skin color reflectance measurements for objective quantification of erythema in human beings. J Am Acad Dermatol 1989; 21:1306. ¨ ber spektralphotometrische untersuchungen an menschlicher haut unter 48. Bode HG. U besonderer beru¨cksichtigung der erythem- und pigmentmessung. Strahlenther 1934; 51:81. 2 Multimodal Imaging— What Can We Expect? Michael Vogt and Helmut Ermert Institute of High Frequency Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany INTRODUCTION Noninvasive imaging techniques are of great value in all fields of medical diagnostics.
FIGURE 7 Silicon replica from the dorsum of the hand (base of the third finger) of a threemonth-old child. (A) Extension and (B) flexion. Anatomy of the Skin Surface 7 These observations suggest that the genetic disposition determining the glyphic lines is realized in the uppermost dermis. Wrinkles In contrast to the genetically determined glyphic lines, wrinkles are acquired after adult life, reflecting deterioration of the dermal matrix. Loss of elasticity is a consistent feature that underlies wrinkle formation.