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A family medicine DO sees a young girl with a rash on her upper arms and uses VisualDx to narrow down the differential to arrive at the correct diagnosis.
The mom of a 14-month-old brings her to the pediatrician because of a linear plaque on her face. Is it nevus sebaceus? A flat wart? Epidermal nevus? Use your medical knowledge, view his symptoms and his rash and use VisualDx to guide your diagnosis.
A pharmacy student in Iowa uses VisualDx during clinical to help his patient understand his gout diagnosis and talk about alternative therapies to better serve his patient.
A college swimmer is worried about his itchy feet that have a white scaly plaque and heads to his doctor. Is it psoriasis? Tinea pedis? Palmoplantar keratoderma? Use your medical knowledge, view his symptoms and his rash and use VisualDx to guide your diagnosis.
A PA student in Texas uses VisualDx's images to arrive at a diagnosis for a severe foot rash she hadn't seen while in school.
An FNP from Indiana uses VisualDx to triple check her young patient's rash and confirm her suspicions of Gianotti-Crosti syndrome.
A woman sees her doctor after stomach cramps and other issues she's experienced for a few years are now suddenly worse. Is it lactose intolerance? Ulcerative colitis? Celiac disease? Use your medical knowledge, view his symptoms and his rash and use VisualDx to guide your diagnosis.
A new study in family medicine looks at the impact a dermatology education digital tool (known as DERM) can have on helping internal medicine and family medicine residents describe, evaluate, recognize, and manage dermatologic conditions.
An MD/PhD student uses VisualDx to expand her differential for her patient's cutaneous horn and impresses her attending.