The app makes the treatment of the patient faster and better without the need for a long search. In addition, it offers support for differential diagnoses and with only two taps the diagnosis is confirmed. And best of all? It can always be in your coat pocket and it is free of charge.
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 NZ has become a world-renowned resource all about the skin. The website is owned by the DermNet New Zealand Trust. It is frequently updated to provide information about the skin via any desktop or mobile web browser.
DermWeb is a premier destination for dermatology links and resources on the Web. There are several areas of interest for practicing dermatologists, for dermatology students, and for the general public.
Michigan's Henry Ford Multicultural Dermatology Clinic, one of only a few in the United States, specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of skin, tissue, and hair conditions unique to women and men of ethnic heritage, such as African, Asian, East Indian, Hispanic, and Middle Eastern descent
Serving the diverse population of New York City means treating a wide range of skin conditions. There are numerous skin conditions which disproportionately affect people of color or require special evaluation techniques and treatments, which is why in 1999, the Department of Dermatology at Mount Sinai West created the Skin of Color Center™.
The University of Miami has been a leader in addressing the unique dermatologic concerns in skin of color. In 2002, the University of Miami was one of the first dermatology departments in the country to appoint a faculty member dedicated to the research and treatment of common dermatologic diseases in skin of color.
By the year 2050, individuals with skin of color (including Africans, African Americans, Asians, Native Americans and Hispanics) will comprise more than half of the U.S. population. Currently, there is limited information on structural, functional, and clinical properties in skin of color-which hinders progress towards the development of effective therapies. The Hampton University Skin of Color Research Institute (HUSCRI) was established to address these knowledge gaps and to advance our understanding of skin diseases primarily affecting these patients population.