DermoMap, a new iPhone/iPad dermatology app out of Spain, is helping identify skin conditions using multiple hi-def photos for each disease and extensive explanations. It is being targeted to both medical professionals as well as the pubic, and is designed to have both clinical and more lay language in the text so everyone can take advantage of it.
DermoMap is an interactive tool that serves as a diagnostic aid for general practitioners and nurses and as a study tool for medical students. It is available in English and Spanish. By listing a patient’s symptoms and the afflicted area of the body, the user can narrow his search from descriptions of the one-hundred most common skin problems that account for 95% of all diagnoses. The user also can compare high resolution images of these conditions with personal photos.
It features information about a 100 of the most common dermatological diseases, with over 300 high definition photos, multiple images of each disease, and a built-in etymological dictionary with more than 100 terms.
It features explanations conducted with meticulous scientific rigor that are clear and understandable for both medical and nonmedical audience.
It is updated periodically when new progress is made in medical knowledge.
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