New in VisualDx: Air pollution exposures, postpartum depression therapy, and more.

On August 17, 2023, VisualDx released new content to its professional product. Want to start your free 7-day trial? Click here. This release includes new dermatology, orthopedics, and emergency medicine diagnoses and images as well as the following highlights:

  • A full review of drug-induced associations with semaglutide (Ozempic), a drug now being used off-label for weight loss.
  • Postpartum depression has been updated to include the newly FDA-approved zuranolone (Zurzuvae) as a treatment option.
  • Updates to neglected tropical diseases, such as cutaneous leishmaniasis, mucocutaneous leishmaniasis, and podoconiosis.
  • Updates to infectious diseases such as endemic typhus, leprosy, and malaria.
  • New travel findings added to cover the range of Lone Star tick as it relates to Alpha-gal syndrome. A new lesion configuration, distribution, and body location findings to better represent the rash have also been added.
  • New finding: outdoor air pollution exposure. This new finding encompasses wildfire smoke exposure.
  • New search terms: heat wave exposure and extreme heat exposure have been added to reflect current health risks.

Here’s a look at what else is new:

Images & Illustrations
128 New Added
Total Diagnoses
20 New Added
Captioned Images
93 New Added

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NEW Case: Build a Differential and Make the Diagnosis

A 22-year-old woman visited her doctor about a red rash that developed around her left hand over the past 2 days. The patient was not on any medications and had no prior history of dermatological conditions.

She mentioned that she spent the day prior to rash onset at an Airbnb with some friends celebrating their summer vacation; she spent lots of time outdoors in intense sunlight, neglected to wear sunscreen, and squeezed limes while she prepared margarita drinks. A day later, she experienced a burning sensation in her hand at the location of the rash.

On examination, geometric erythematous plaques with scant scale and a single resolving vesicle with crusting was seen on the dorsal hand and fingers. The patient appeared well and displayed no systemic symptoms.

What’s the diagnosis?

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