A technique is proposed for non-invasively performing medically relevant visual inspection of a user. Such a technique may non-invasively gather medically relevant image data from a user, use such data to create a baseline or “healthy” model for the user, noninvasively capture image data of the user at a future point, creating a current model for the user (corresponding to the future point), and comparing the current model against the baseline model to identify changes and variations that merit further medical investigation. Image data capture can be performed non-invasively through data capture techniques that are integrated into a user’s daily life and routine use of an image sensor (e.g., the camera of a user’s personal device).

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