The amount of review packed into the Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology Flashcards app is fabulous and extremely high yield.
Tag: apps for dermatologists
by: Brian Chau, MS3 The clinical process of evaluating suspicious skin lesions is often taught in medical school through the ABCDE method. Student physicians are taught to evaluate said lesions based on Asymmetry, irregular Borders, multiple Colors, Diameters > 6mm, and Enlarging lesion. Dermoscopy is a non-invasive, clinical examination of skin lesions with the aid […]
by: Sumeet Banker, MD, MPH Anyone who has taken care of children knows that rashes are ubiquitous and can often be the bane of one’s practice. Children acquire rashes for seemingly everything, from benign viral exanthems to chronic systemic diseases and even acute life-threatening emergencies. Appropriate identification and treatment of skin findings in children can […]
Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology is an excellent reference resource for dermatologists who are looking for a complete yet concise guide to a wide range of cosmetic disorders. The user interface is focused and presents information covering diagnosis, treatment, and procedures in an easily accessible format.
An app review of the DermoMap, an iPad and iPhone app that helps generate differential diagnoses for skin conditions.
A review of an app containing a large collection of dermatologic images