The BU Dermatology app utilized the infrastructure of Dermatologistoncall to diagnose skin pathology.
Tag: dermatology apps
A dermatology telemedicine study was done to see how well dermatology diagnosing apps perform.
iC1 Dermatoscope app launches to be used with a digital dermatoscope for melanoma screening.
A device that turns your iPhone into a cancer screening tool.
UMassSkinCheck is an app designed to educate users about skin cancer and provide documentation of abnormal skin lesions that could be melanoma precursors
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 […]
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
MelApp for the iPhone claims to assess risk of melanoma for concerning lesions, using algorithms derived from a large reference database. While it sounds promising, there remain key gaps in information that raise questions about the safety and viability of this app.
Usantine Medica, creator of some of our favorite medical textbook apps, brings the Fitzpatrick Dermatology color atlas to life — we provide an in depth review.