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A medical student diagnoses a young man's headache by creating a differential in VisualDx and assessing the different headache categories.
With measles cases on the rise, a pediatrician turns to VisualDx to work out the differential for her patient with a full body rash.
A home infusion RN believes her patient's rash is due to a new drug. After consulting VisualDx for more information, she finds out the rash isn't drug-related at all.
VisualDx helps a medicine team diagnose a hallucinating hiker.
Rayan, an internal medicine resident at Duke, describes a time he used VisualDx's medical image library to arrive at the correct diagnosis for his patient.
VisualDx helped a medical student assess a woman in the ER with lower abdominal pain and guide the diagnosis and removal of a teratoma.
A Stony Brook student uses VisualDx to build out and narrow down the differential for his elderly patient.
A Northwell Health resident describes how she used VisualDx to compare pictures to narrow down the diagnosis for her teen patient.
A University of South Alabama NP student uses VisualDx and convinces the doctor she was working to test for another illness they hadn't considered for their young patient.