The performance of measurements upon the photorealistic 3D reconstructions, as provided by our imaging device, as well as comparisons between results of different types of lesions, lead to significant parameters which might aid in the differential diagnosis of common nevi, dysplastic nevi, and cutaneous melanomas. An important difference between malignant and benign melanocytic lesions is the abnormality in the height alteration on the surface of the lesion, which can influence the . Hence, higher values of because of a greater height abnormality can be expected from malignant lesions, which is what we have also noticed in our measurements. The corresponding Fig. 8 confirms this suggestion, as in malignant lesions, the axial lines from the center of the lesion to its boundary present greater abnormality, thus showing higher values of [Fig. 8(c)], compared with the corresponding axial lines in benign melanocytic lesions [Fig. 8(a) and 8(b)]. In addition, another parameter which was examined and could show the atypia in the boundaries of a skin lesion is boundary’s asymmetry. The similarity or not of a lesion to a circle could be of great significance in the evaluation of melanocytic skin lesions (Fig. 4). The greater the asymmetry of a melanocytic lesion is, the higher value the boundary’s asymmetry has. Therefore, another significant difference between malignant and benign melanocytic lesions is the asymmetry of the boundaries, which can increase our parameter (boundary’s asymmetry) in our measurements. As a consequence, evaluation of the and boundary’s asymmetry could lead to differentiation between benign and malignant melanocytic skin lesions. In conjunction with the above parameters, we can take under consideration the , a parameter which could “measure” the abnormality in the color distribution and its alteration on the surface of a lesion. Greater color abnormality, which means higher values of , can be expected from more atypical lesions, as is confirmed by our measurements. As a consequence, common nevi could be discriminated from dysplastic nevi and malignant melanomas, as presented in the corresponding Fig. 12, confirming that, in malignant melanomas [Fig. 12(c)] and dysplastic nevi [Fig. 12(b)], the axial lines from the center of the lesion to its boundary present greater abnormality (and thus higher values of ) compared with the corresponding axial lines in common nevi [Fig. 12(a)].