Skin Diseases

Development of mHealth system for supporting self-management and remote consultation of skincare.

Publication Date: 
Dec 30, 2015

BACKGROUND: Individuals with spina bifida (SB) are vulnerable to chronic skin complications such as wounds on the buttocks and lower extremities. Most of these complications can be prevented with adherence to self-care routines.

A Comparative Study Between Smartphone-Based Microscopy and Conventional Light Microscopy in 1021 Dermatopathology Specimens.

Publication Date: 
Dec 31, 2015

CONTEXT: The incorporation of high-resolution cameras into smartphones has allowed for a variety of medical applications including the use of lens attachments that provide telescopic, macroscopic, and dermatoscopic data, but the feasibility and performance characteristics of such a platform for u

Impact of store-and-forward (SAF) teledermatology on outpatient dermatologic care: A prospective study in an underserved urban primary care setting.

Publication Date: 
Feb 19, 2016

BACKGROUND: The clinical value of teledermatology in the primary care setting remains relatively unknown.

OBJECTIVE: We sought to determine the impact of teledermatology on outpatient diagnosis, management, and access to dermatologic care in a resource-poor primary care setting.

Quality of life: a research gap in teledermatology.

Publication Date: 
Sep 23, 2015

An important outcome in healthcare, and in particular for dermatologic healthcare, is quality of life.

Pediatric teledermatology: observations based on 429 consults.

Publication Date: 
Jan 19, 2010

BACKGROUND: Store-and-forward teledermatology is an emerging means of access for patients with skin disease lacking direct access to dermatologists.

Mobile applications in dermatology.

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Publication Date: 
Nov 22, 2013

IMPORTANCE: With advancements in mobile technology, cellular phone-based mobile applications (apps) may be used in the practice and delivery of dermatologic care.

Development of a mobile teledermatology system.

Publication Date: 
Nov 08, 2012

OBJECTIVE: The increasing number of elderly and chronically ill patients is currently stressing healthcare systems. One of the solutions for reaching an economically and socially viable solution is exploiting the benefits of modern technologies.