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Solving Real Problems in Real Time

VisualDx is designed to be used by physicians in real time to assist with problem solving and decision making in specific patient contexts. Diagnostic clinical decision support can increase physicians' cognitive awareness, helping them identify potential pitfalls as they think through a case and consider reasonable alternatives to early possible diagnosis.

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Featured Story: Cutaneous Larva Migrans

I recently had a case that was solved using Visual Dx. I had a young male patient present with a pruritic rash on the bottom of his foot. It was remarkable in that it was unilateral and had an unusual linear wrapping appearance. Read more about a diagnosis of cutaneous larva migrans.


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Disseminated Gonorrhea

The young woman had been seen by other healthcare providers at least 3 times prior to arriving to our ED for care. Her complaints each time were a painful disseminated rash that had been present for over 3 weeks. Read more about a diagnosis of disseminated gonorrhea.

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Acute Meningococcemia

Case: A 3-year-old boy was initially triaged to the non-acute side of the emergency department with complaints of a sore throat. He was assessed with a streptococcal infection. Read more about a diagnosis of acute meningococcemia.


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Leukemia Cutis

Case: A 64-year-old female was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. She received induction chemotherapy. The day 34 bone marrow biopsy results were conclusive of AML in remission. Read more about a diagnosis of rapidly relapsing leukemia cutis.

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Kawasaki Disease

Case: The patient was a 5-year-old boy presenting with fever and rash and appeared quite ill. Read more about a diagnosis of Kawasaki disease.


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Republic of Congo

Case: A woman in her 20s with known HIV and TB presented to a clinic with dysphagia, headache, fever, and a generalized rash. Read more about VisualDx use in the Republic of Congo.

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Pakistan

Case: The patient was an 8-year-old boy who presented with a scalp rash that had persisted for many months. Read more about the use of VisualDx in Pakistan.