Monkeypox Emergency Medicine Project

Monkeypox cases are growing rapidly and health care professionals are discovering variant presentations. VisualDx, with support from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), is collecting real-patient images from emergency physicians.

VisualDx plans to have the images freely accessible to ACEP members to better assist with recognition, clinical care, and education. These images will also be available within VisualDx’s platform.

VisualDx has been committed to providing a comprehensive resource for medical images for more than 20 years. By ensuring that emergency medicine professionals and students have access to a diverse set of clinical images, we can improve healthcare outcomes.

Image Contributor Spotlight

Andrew Mittelman, MD and Jaionn Griner, MD

“We are sharing the images in hopes of raising clinician awareness of this emerging disease. As we saw with Covid, rapid access to up-to-date information is the best asset that providers can bring to the bedside. Like with all forms of healthcare, monkeypox disproportionately burdens those who are stigmatized, marginalized, or otherwise victimized by social determinants of health. Through rapid distribution and education, our hope is to further breakdown barriers to patients receiving prompt and equitable treatment.”

Image contributed by Jaionn Griner, MD and Andrew Mittelman, MD to the ACEP Monkeypox Emergency Medicine Project hosted by VisualDx

Submit Your Photos

To join this emergency effort and contribute your medical photos, please use the form on this page. Do you have a collection of clinical images? Please email us directly at

VisualDx collects and uses your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy.


  • The clinical images should be good quality: in focus, properly exposed, plain background.
  • The patient should not be identifiable: no full-face pictures are acceptable.
  • You must have obtained patient consent before providing the image for use in accordance with the Image Upload Terms.
  • The minimum accepted size for images is 1024×768 pixels, but larger is preferred.
  • Please advise whether you wish your contribution to be specifically acknowledged.

Image Submission Form

  • Max. file size: 256 MB.
  • Max. file size: 256 MB.
  • Max. file size: 256 MB.
  • Do you have a large collection of clinical images? Please email us directly at
  • I would like my name and credentials to appear with my images.
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