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The need for high quality, credible medical photographic records in a modern Health Service has never been greater.
Advanced digital imaging technology for the most accurate, precise and timely evaluation of complex eye diseases
Medical Art, Graphic Design, Scientific Posters, Leaflets, Brochures and Educational and Training Material
We identify the location and condition of moles on the body to spot changes over time and any new moles that may develop.
Medico-legal photography for personal injury, NHS patients and medical practitioners.
Visual information allows the patient to better understand the treatment and outcomes and make a more informed decision
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High Quality Photographic Records
High quality medical photography is a vital component of modern medical practice. It not only provides the means of documenting a medical condition or the effects of a course of treatment, it is also a useful audit tool and an invaluable protection against legal claims arising from perceived failures of medical or surgical intervention. Photography is widely used in any specialty where the patient’s condition is visible. Hence, our sixteen strong team of highly skilled medical photographers is routinely involved in the production of imagery for dermatology, ophthalmology, dentistry and orthodontics, plastic surgery, ENT surgery and more......Read more
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Fabulous service, unparalleled in quality, very experienced team, extremely professional & skilled; we save lives using good quality images.
The service is so good because MIUK have taken a pride in the service they deliver and have been responsive to clinicians needs.
Anne's medical understanding combined with great illustrative skill and incredible attention to detail has always impressed me."
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For most dental intra-oral photography, a specialised ring flash provides even lighting inside the mouth. It is best that the ring flash is attached firmly to the camera lens, providing ease of use and standardised illumination. The ring-flash must be capable of producing sufficient light for an aperture of at least f22 to maximise depth of field. Retractors are most commonly plastic and come in pairs…
Dermoscopy is a technique widely used by dermatologists in the investigation of moles and other skin conditions. It is also known as dermatoscopy, epiluminescence microscopy (ELM) or skin surface microscopy. The dermoscope is an optical device which has a specialised light source built into it. When placed in direct contact with the skin, the dermoscope reveals structures which are just below the surface of the skin…
Today, Information Governance ensures necessary safeguards for, and appropriate use of, patient and personal information. Everyone working for the NHS who records, handles, stores or comes across information that could identify a patient has a Common Law Duty of Confidence to that patient and to the Trust they work for. They have signed a contract of employment that includes a statement of the need to…
Darkfield Illumination – The project was to establish whether laparoscopic surgeons should wear masks as an extra barrier against a potential source of infection during laparoscopic surgery. To record any released gas cloud we used a photographic technique known as darkfield or darkground illumination. This technique enables the photography of subject matter that is essentially transparent and relies…
This is our portfolio of Medical Illustration work which we will update from time to time. Clinical photographs are part of a patient’s case records and we would not publish images without proper consent.
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