Lookingbill and Marks’ Principles of Dermatology is a textbook by Elsevier that has been converted to an app format.
Tag: Dermatology App
The amount of review packed into the Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology Flashcards app is fabulous and extremely high yield.
The SpotCheck 2 app was developed to allow users to send their “spots” to dermatologists for their review and advice
Review of Usatine Media’s Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology app.
In a recent letter to the editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Ferrero et al. noted several troubling issues with currently available mobile medical applications designed for dermatological purposes. Namely, in this case, the authors looked at an app called ‘Skin Scan,’ which was created to help with the identification and […]
By: Adam Khan, MS3 and Timothy Aungst, PharmD Title: Teledermatology: The Use of Ubiquitous Technology to Redefine Traditional Medical Instruction, Collaboration, and Consultation Authors: Richard Brand PA-C, MPAS; David Hensley, MD, FAAD Journal Published: The Journal of Clinic and Aesthetic Dermatology Date Published: November 2012 Citation: Brand R, Hensley D. Teledermatology: The Use of Ubiqutous […]
A review of a dermatology textbook with an excellent digital conversion.
VisualDx for Android offers a differential diagnosis builder feature and a simple search by dermatologic conditions option.
On this review we will look into this Dermatology app in order to explore its use for medical students. Is this app right for you?
Discussion of the possibility of using the built-in digital camera in a smartphone, a customized dermoscope (a special microscope to look at the skin), and a smartphone application to carry out “teledermoscopic” evaluations of suspicious skin lesions.
Health Discovery Corporation launched an Android version of MelApp, where people can learn about melanoma and do risk analysis
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 […]