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Dentistry & Oral Medicine


What is VisualDx Oral Medicine?

VisualDx Oral Medicine is an oral lesion diagnosis tool that combines the power of a comprehensive medical image library with concise, specialist-developed clinical information. Input findings such as visual clues, symptoms, patient medications, and patient history to develop a differential, or search a specific diagnosis to confirm diagnostic thinking and review therapy recommendations.

VisualDx Oral Medicine covers over 100 common and rare conditions of the oral mucosa as well as systemic diseases with oral manifestations including benign and malignant neoplasms, infectious processes, inflammatory conditions, and other disorders of the oral cavity, represented by more than 1,000 peer-reviewed images.

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Benefits for Dental Professionals


Authors

Sook-Bin Woo MS, DMD, MMSc

  • Associate Professor of Oral Medicine, Infection & Immunity, Director of Advanced Graduate Education Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Carl Allen DDS, MSD

  • Professor and Director, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Ohio State University, College of Dentistry 

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VisualDx in Practice

"[The patient was] diagnosed with oral hairy leukoplakia (a condition seen in immunocompromised patients, particularly those with HIV infection). The use of VisualDx successfully assisted ... in differentiating these [oral] white lesions. This tool was the key to our success in being able to diagnose and treat this case properly." – T.H., Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of Southern California Los Angeles