It might not be for everyone—and it shouldn't replace a conversation with your primary care physician—but if I ever have a skin or hair concern again, I won’t hesitate to use the First Derm Online Dermatologist app.
Even though the phrase "image recognition technologies" conjures visions of high-tech surveillance, these tools may soon be used in medicine more than in spycraft.
Yet, teledermatology — or the use of technology to diagnosis and treat skin conditions without an in-person visit — is becoming more common. The main appeal is similar to that of any form of telemedicine. It’s fast and easy.
They’ll be some of the weirder selfies you’ve ever taken, but a study using artificial intelligence to analyze images of skin lesions suggests that smartphones may soon help humans detect skin cancer.
Aysa is the easy-to-use app for concerns about common skin conditions. Powered by VisualDx, Aysa quickly analyzes your photo to provide personalized guidance and helpful information.
Do you have a skin concern? Ask an online dermatologist anytime, anywhere, anonymously.
Simply snap two pictures of your skin problem and describe your symptoms using the form on our app or web form. Once you submit your case, a board-certified dermatologist will respond within hours. Our average response time is within six hours.
SkinIO is the smart way to track your skin over time.
Skinsight is dedicated to providing quality health information to consumers via the Web. At Skinsight you have access to some of the best medical images in the world. We believe images combined with expert-written knowledge will help you better identify and understand a health concern than by simply using words. Health care is undergoing a revolution as patients have access to more and more information on the Internet.
With SkinVision you can scan your skin for skin cancer risk, instantly from your phone.
VisualDx is a web-based clinical decision support system proven to enhance diagnostic accuracy, aid therapeutic decisions, and improve patient safety.
Chickenpox, measles, meningitis or heat rash? Our real-life photos and expert advice will help you identify the most common toddler rashes and spots and guide you on what to do next
The Interactive Dermatology Atlas contains more than 1000 photographs from patient visits over the past two decades.
Brought to you by the American Osteopathic College of Dermatology.
DermIS.net is the largest dermatology information service available on the internet. It offers elaborate image atlases (DOIA and PeDOIA) complete with diagnoses and differential diagnoses, case reports and additional information on almost all skin diseases
Dermnet is a web site that contains over 23,000 images of skin disease.
DermNet NZ was established by the New Zealand Dermatological Society, the national association of New Zealand registered dermatologists, to provide information about skin diseases, conditions and treatment for patients and their health professionals. Information provided on DermNet NZ should not be regarded as medical advice for individuals.
DermQuest is an online medical resource for dermatologists and healthcare professionals with an interest in dermatology.
The International Atlas of Dermatology and Dermatopathology is a joint effort of Doctors in various countries to cover the spectrum of skin disease in all skin colours and races.
Is your skin itchy, oozing, or breaking out? Moles, rashes, hives, and eczema are just a few of the more than 3,000 skin disorders that affect people every day. Changes in color or texture can result from inflammation, infection, or allergic reactions anywhere on the body. Some skin conditions can be minor, temporary, and easily treated -- while others can be very serious, and even deadly. Read on to see signs and symptoms of the most common skin disorders and learn how to identify them.
Atlas from Loyola University Dermatology.