HPV BCR™ Benign Tumor Identification and mapping step
HPV is a location-specific infection, meaning you have it in one area and you don't have it a few mm further in neighboring locations.
It is imperative to find all HPV-related infected areas even with less visibility.
My original approach was based on HPV-related tumors such as genital warts that are highly vascular. HPV-related tumors produce TGF alpha which causes angiogenesis and as result related growth has so many blood vessels. This is done mainly so HPV tumors can have oxygen and nutritional supply to grow faster than other normal epithelial cells.
Projected near- 1000nm light is absorbed by blood and reflected by surrounding tissue. The information is captured, processed, and projected back on the infected area digitally in real-time directly onto the surface of the skin. As you see green color on skin, It provides a real-time accurate image of the patient’s blood pattern. We can see blood vessels pattern under the skin surface as well As highly vascular HPV-related tumors.
Basically, tissue with higher blood volume and congestion such as blood vessels mapped and projected back and genital warts looks darker and visible than surrounding tissue. Genital warts or benign HPV tumors will be tagged and located which will be removed by BCR in the next step.