ESTAMOS ACTUALIZANDO NUESTRO SERVIDOR, LES AGRADECEMOS SU PACIENCIA
Dermatology in the Cinema, by Vail Reese, MD:
European Society for Dermatological Research (ESDR), server at Dept. of Dermatology in Nijmegen (The Netherlands): (that is a number 1 in "01" and a small-case letter L is just before the "/www" (you cannot tell the difference between the number "1" and the letter "l" in e-mail, I found: (When 1st establishing an e-mail address or a WWW site, try not to use a number 1 or letter L.)
MATRIX - EXCELLENT!! Dermatology Resources at University
of Calif at Davis; tumors of the skin--recognizing,
diagnosing, treating; hundreds of photos
Dermaplace Un site de actualizaciones en dermatología (En portugués)
Harvard Skin Disease Research Center (funded by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)/describes ongoing HSDRC activities
Dept. of Dermatology ; Mie University School of Medicine, Japan (includes skin diseases in Asia and Japan)
Mexican Academy of Dermatology. English version available soon:
Dermatology Dept. at Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem
EXCELLENT!! Global Dermatology Grand Rounds; Case of the Month & more; submit your diagnosis after viewing the case history and slide(s):
CliniWeb, Dermatology, Oregon Health Sciences University "Browse" (very good): (those are two zeros after the "8", not the letter "O"):
Dermatology Forums (discussion groups--how to join and get help with your problem cases) (Internet List Services), Univ of Iowa:
Medical Matrix - Dermatology & Guide of Internet Medical Resource>
The Department of Dermatology in Zuerich, Switzerland:
The Women's Dermatologic Society site, hosted by the Internet Dermatology Society
Numerous WWW sites that you can search, typing in a derm key word. Choose "Medical Specialties," then "Dermatology," then "Search" then type, without the quote marks, "psoriasis" or, if two words, put them in brackets and type: [acne vulgaris] http://galaxy.einet.net
Search an address book for registered over-seas dermatologists' addresses & e-mail addresses. Must know last name, or to get a list of all MD's, search for "MD" and "M.D."
Be sure to do this one last: It takes you to a very very long, very very broad list of, among other things, written articles you can order, derm research grants, CD-ROM's, slides, audiovisuals, derm awards--a broad variety of derm resources. This is a product of searching just the word "dermatology" in the title of thousands of documents located world wide, so even "veterinary dermatology" is included!
DermNet - New Zealand Derm - Great Site!
DermWeb - UBC
Spanish Dermatology service: You can search a database of bibliogrphc reference articles published in the Spanish dermatologic journals during last ten years; reference title results are then e-mailed to you
Dermatologic Lab & Supply Co. (huge dermatology lab and
supply company--very handy to have catalog onscreen)--(I
have no financial affiliation with them!!!)
To add dermatologists' and derm-related personal web sites or search for IDS members: (IDS)
AAD MEMBER SEARCH: To search for all dermatologists in a certain state or city
Galderma site designed for patients to search for dermatologists in U.S
Univ. of Penn; good up-to-date melanoma section: (then type in "melanoma" in the block, or any word you want to search.)
Introduction to Skin Cancer, with links to specific information available around the Net; general-public oriented, but some links of interest to an MD (good UV data for skin-cancer lectures). Topics covered include: basal cell carcinoma, exposure catagories, immuno-therapy, melanoma, ozone depletion, skin types, SPF, squamous cell, sunburn, sunscreen, tanning, ultraviolet light, UV-forecast, etc.
Ultraviolet light indicator sites:
USA TODAY Web Site (see Weather Index)Equipos para medir la Radiación Ultravioleta
National Association of Physicians for the EnvironmentElectronic Textbook of Dermatology, Chapter on Carcinogenesis:
Roswell Park Cancer Institute/Melanoma Studies/Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma:
Melanoma Statistics (good for lectures)(Section 16), NCI SEER data
CancerNet, National Cancer Institute, Melanomas, good for students
BEST SITE ON THE NET: Web Site of Mark Weber, relating to melanomas--VERY good, access to support groups, treatments, research, prevention, insurance, YOU NAME IT! Especially good for referral to melanoma patients
Information on Common Skin Diseases from shingles
and warts to Impetigo, nail diseases, & occupational
skin diseases, etc.
Among other things (including a Physician e-mail directory), clinical photos of various dermatological conditions. Can submit your own (image file) photos; EMBBS Emergency Medicine and Primary Care Home Page: http://www.njnet.com/embbs/home.html
The Skin Channel (from Chronicle of Skin and Allergy- some commercialism here)
Cutaneous Parasites (if it bites, stings, infects or infests)
Necrotic Spider Bites--Oregon Health Sciences Univ. GOOD!>
Alopecia Areata -Frequently Asked Questions/& National Foundation link
Clinical Trials by Disease-click on "Dermatology"
Social Hygiene Book (Skin)
Free Medline & PDR access at PDR's home page
Virtual Library: Cognitive Science (have not checked this site out yet)
POL (Physicians' Online), a free online service, although when they offer Internet services (soon!), there WILL be a charge for only that part. Sponsored by the National Library of Medicine and various drug companies, it provides MEDLINE, Aidsline, GenRX, Drug Interactions, latest medical news reports, a physician discussion forum, and more. It's a supplemental tool for researching dermatology topics for lectures, writing articles, or just searching for the latest treatment studies for a specific dermatologic problem
Medscape - free Medline & review articles
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