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Dermatoscopes are routinely used in skin cancer screening but are rarely employed for the diagnosis of other skin conditions. Broader application is promising from a diagnostic point of view as biopsies for differential diagnosis may be avoided but it requires non-contact devices allowing a comparably large field of view that are not commercially available today. Autofocus and color reproducibility are specific challenges for the development of dermatoscopy for application beyond cancerdoi:10.3390/app9112177 fatcat:xdozg26lb5febagbhkdgzw4qpi