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A woman visits her dermatologist with a rash on her cheeks and forehead. Can you weed through the full symptom list and use VisualDx to help you make an accurate diagnosis?
VisualDx CEO and co-founder Art Papier, M.D. describes the indelible impact Dr. Lawrence Weed had on his life as a doctor and a human being and on the world of medicine.
A nurse practitioner discusses how she uses VisualDx at her urgent care clinic. VisualDx will be exhibiting at the AANP National Conference June 22-24.
A woman shows up at the ER jaundiced and vomiting. Can you weed through the full symptom list and use VisualDx to help you make an accurate diagnosis?
The Somali community in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area was particularly vulnerable to a measles outbreak after fears of the MMR vaccine spread. The worst happened and now the health care community must figure out how to reach a community and lay those fears to rest.
A 20-year-old had been hiking recently. He shows up at the doctor's office with multiple bug bites, a very itchy rash and a fever. With the full symptom list, can you diagnose him correctly?
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Guest blogger (and medical student) Sean Huggins writes about making sense of all the guidelines out there to follow when it comes to protecting your skin this summer.
A mother brings her 7 month old into your office with a widespread rash. Looking through the full list of symptoms, use your knowledge and VisualDx to correctly diagnose the infant.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Guest blogger (and Northwestern medical student) Lisa Akintilo writes about her personal experience in preventing skin cancer and why applying sunscreen is important for all skin types.
VisualDx is proud to support MLA '17 where we will be exhibiting at booth 522 and hosting a Sunrise Seminar. In addition, two of our staff medical librarians will head to Seattle to take part. Patricia Gogniat, VisualDx's lead medical research librarian, has a long conference to-do list. She writes about what she plans on doing throughout the conference and what she is looking forward to experiencing.