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VisualDx in UpToDate

Hundreds of thousands of physicians rely on UpToDate, and VisualDx is the only diagnostic clinical decision support system seamlessly integrated with UpToDate. Access to VisualDx diagnostic support in UpToDate search results enhances the UpToDate user experience with high-quality images detailing disease variation in age, stage, and skin type. In addition, VisualDx allows UpToDate users to enter patient findings to build a visual differential diagnosis. Contact a sales specialist to learn how to enable VisualDx within UpToDateFor institutional site licenses, IP-authenticated and integrated VisualDx answers will appear within UpToDate search results.

When VisualDx is licensed and interoperable within UpToDate, it brings to the UpToDate user an excellent differential diagnosis, the ability to visually confirm a diagnosis and wonderful images to aid patient education. The quality of the images is second to none. – Denise Basow, CEO of UpToDate


When searching in UpToDate, all VisualDx results are highlighted with an orange "VDx" icon. vdx_favicon.png


 

Example 1: Search by diagnosis in UpToDate

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See diagnosis images with one click from UpToDate search results – this example shows morphea.

Example 2: Search by medication in UpToDate

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View drug-induced conditions by medication with one click from UpToDate search results – this example shows ibuprofen.

Example 3: Search by lesion type in UpToDate

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Search by clinical finding in UpToDate, and with one click see the visual differential diagnosis – this example shows eschar.

Example 4: Search by state or country in UpToDate

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Can you memorize all of the infectious diseases prevalent within each country and US state? Search by country or US state in UpToDate, and with one click see the visual differential diagnosis – this example shows infectious diseases seen in Peru.