Most medical pathologies cause optical properties variations of the affected tissue. Most of current triage methods are based on imaging of the affected tissue. A scatterometer measures a distribution of optical properties that enables deduction of a myriad of parameters otherwise undetectable. We have built a system comprising of a multi wavelength scatterometer and a refractometer. The refractometer was used to account for aberrations of the eye and compensate for them in the scatterometric measurement. Results include the scatterometric characteristics of different targets that show a wavelength dependent distinct signature for each target.