Stereophotogrammetric three-dimensional photography is an accurate and precise planimetric method for the clinical visualization and quantification of human papilloma virus-induced skin lesions.

Rijsbergen M, Pagan L, Niemeyer-van der Kolk T, Rijneveld R, Hogendoorn G, Lemoine C, Meija Miranda Y, Feiss G, Bouwes Bavink JN, Burggraaf J, van Poelgeest MIE, Rissmann R

The quantification of human papilloma virus (HPV)-induced skin lesions is essential for the clinical assessment of the course of disease and the response to treatment. However, clinical assessments that measure dimensions of lesions using a caliper do not provide complete insight into three-dimensional (3D) lesions, and its inter-rater variability is often poor.