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.
The most simple and effective way to receive an answer from an online dermatologist.
VisualDx is a web-based clinical decision support system proven to enhance diagnostic accuracy, aid therapeutic decisions, and improve patient safety.
An illustrated guide to your child’s mysterious skin afflictions.
Yep, there is an app for all things skin conditions. It’s like a dermatological dream! Except I learned early on that my littles don’t have the same fascination about all things medical, especially gross skin medical stuff, that I do. Don’t get me wrong, they love to tell me about all their various bug bites, blisters, rashes, and random marks, but they just don’t want to see it and talk about it UP CLOSE.
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.
Many things can cause a rash in babies and children, and they're often nothing to worry about.
Skin Rashes: Picture Gallery.
As parents, we all have fretted over a mysterious rash that’s developed on our child’s skin. You know the questions that run through your mind….Is this serious? Do we have to go to the doctor? Can we just treat this at home, or is my child’s leg going to fall off if we don’t go to the doctor?
If I gave you a dollar for every time I’ve consulted the Internet for one of my children’s skin rashes, you’d probably be able to quit your day job and retire early.
Apple has deep ambition to break into the health and medical worlds, but although VisualDx is available to consumers through the Apple App Store, it's not really an app for the public. It's targeted at trained and credentialed doctors who can use it to help diagnose skin conditions and disorders.
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.
Everyone has had the unpleasant experience of a rash on the skin – pink, red or purple, flat or bumpy, itchy, scaly, pus-filled, or just plain unsightly. This variety isn’t surprising, because the skin is a complicated organ.
Infections, allergic reactions, immune system problems and even bad reactions to medication can all manifest as a rash.
Here are a few of the most common types.
Many of us have spent hours comparing photos of moles on Google images or looking up “itchy red patch” while reminding one of the kids to “stop scratching!”
Check out these signs of the most common rear-end rashes—along with their treatments—to help you decide.
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.
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.
The purpose of this WWW site is to enable health care professionals, parents, and patients to access high quality dermatology images for teaching purposes.
Warts, contrary to popular belief, are not given to people by frogs. Warts are caused by a viral infection in the top layer of skin. They are non-cancerous, epidermal growths most often occurring on the hands and feet of an infected person.
Atlas from Loyola University Dermatology.