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Dermatology


What is VisualDx?

VisualDx diagnostic clinical decision support system includes the world’s best medical image collection combined with the ability to search by morphologies, symptoms, medications, skin type, age, and body location. Click through use cases to see how it works.

A team of more than 50 dermatologist authors and editors led by Editor-in-Chief Lowell A. Goldsmith, MD, MPH, write, review, and authenticate VisualDx professional content and patient information. Renowned physician contributors include Drs. Nancy Esterly, Jeffrey Callen, Victor Newcomer, Alfred Lane, Francis Storrs, and many other luminaries in the specialty. Institutional collections include the Departments of Dermatology at NYU, University of Rochester, UCLA, and Washington Hospital Center.

Over 1,000 dermatologists use VisualDx.

Easily accessible from your laptop, desktop, iPad, or Android device, VisualDx allows you to build patient-specific custom differentials as well as search individual diagnoses to confirm diagnostic thinking and review management and therapy, whether in the office or on the go. 

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Benefits for Dermatology


VisualDx for Academic Dermatology

VisualDx is licensed by almost half of all medical schools and used by more than 30 dermatology residency programs. Find out why so many dermatology residencies and medical student educators are using VisualDx to train tomorrow’s experts. Contact the Sales Department for information on an institutional trial.

VisualDx for the Dermatologist

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VisualDx in Practice

"Now that I have VisualDx mobile on my Droid, I often share images with patients. I had a gentleman with classic erythematous nodules on his anterior shins, and even though I knew the diagnosis of erythema nodosum, I was able to reassure him of the accuracy of the diagnosis by showing him VisualDx pictures with my phone." – Dr. Richard Dudrak, Lifetime Health, NY