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Derived from Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, these flashcards represent 150 of the most commonly seen dermatologic problems and 100 rare or challenging cases. Each image includes diagnosis, clinical manifestation, differential diagnosis, and management. This app is very intuitive and easy to navigate, allowing you to browse the contents or search for topics. The powerful search tool gives you word suggestions that appear in the text as you type, so it is lightning fast and helps with spelling those long medical terms. The search tool also keeps a recent history of past search terms so you can go back to a previous search result very easily. You can bookmark cards as Know and Don't Know to help you study. You can create notes for cards and images to enhance your learning. You can also change the text size for easier reading. There is also a Q&A section in this app that will allow you to test your knowledge. After the app has been downloaded, no internet connection is needed to retrieve the content of the app. All of the text and images are available to you on your device anytime, anywhere, and lightning fast. This app is also automatically optimized for whatever size device you are currently using, either phone or tablet. Check out https://usatinemedia.com to learn more and watch a video demo of this app. This interactive app contains the full content of Fitzpatrick's Dermatology Flash Cards by McGraw-Hill Education. ISBN-13: 978-0071794169 ISBN-10: 0071794166 Authors: Klaus Wolff, MD, FRCP Professor and Chairman Emeritus Department of Dermatology Medical University of Vienna Chief Emeritus, Dermatology Service Department of Dermatology Medical University of Vienna/General Hospital of Vienna Vienna, Austria Richard Allen Johnson, MD Assistant Professor of Dermatology Harvard Medical School Dermatologist Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts Arturo P. Saavedra, MD, PhD, MBA Assistant Professor in Dermatology, Dermatopathology and Medicine Department of Dermatology Brigham and Women's Hospital Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts Disclaimer: This app is intended for the education of healthcare professionals and not as a diagnostic and treatment reference for the general population. Developed by Usatine Media Richard P. Usatine, MD, Co-President, Professor of Family & Community Medicine, Professor of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of Texas Health San Antonio Peter Erickson, Co-President, Lead Software Developer
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Don’t get this app. Several of the treatments are old or don’t give you all the options. It also does not give you any information on the pathophysiology. This is a $5 app.
Nice photos of skin diseases, but this should be a $5 app, not $50. The descriptions seem outdated and there are editing mistakes. But for the functionality to just be flash cards where you click a button to reveal more information about a photo, this should not be $50. Also overall there are not a lot of pictures for the price. I'd recommend not spending your money on this app.
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